North Carolina's voting law is one of several tied up in the courts as Election Day draws near.
(WASHINGTON) — Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Wednesday temporarily blocked an appeals court ruling that declared gay marriage legal in Idaho and...
Arguing for a Muslim prisoner's right to grow a beard is just the latest effort for the firm that won the Hobby Lobby case
Some strategists hope the legal decision helps push the issue of gay marriage off the political agenda
The Texas senator called the Supreme Court's rejection of appeals to uphold same-sex marriage bans in five states "judicial activism at its worst"
For now. The top court could still decide to hear one of the seven gay marriage cases pending before it.
County clerks who defied a state-wide ban cleared the last legal hurdle to issuing licenses
"I think the notion that we have all the democracy that money can buy strays so far from what our democracy is supposed to be"
After Ohio, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Texas may send voting rights cases to the Supreme Court
(TOPEKA, Kan.) — The Kansas Supreme Court has ordered the state to remove U.S. Senate Democratic nominee Chad Taylor’s name from the ballot, in a ruling that...
Justice Sotomayor has been named the 2015 recipient of the Katharine Hepburn Medal awarded by Bryn Mawr College
Argentina, the Obama Administration and a host of international financial and humanitarian organizations got a load of bad news Monday from the U.S. Supreme...
It's a juicy case
Campaign by anti-abortion group at issue
After an appeals court rejected the company’s request for a rehearing
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito ordered the suspension of Russell Bucklew's execution Tuesday at the literal 11th hour
The high court overruled a decision from a lower court judge that struck down the law requiring voters to show an ID before casting a ballot
Not all law schools are created equal, and only a precious few have been turning out Supreme Court Justices in recent years
The Justice Department says Aereo transmits copyrighted programs to the public and is liable for infringement
The Court is expected to clarify a 2002 ruling that exempts the mentally retarded from death penalty