"An item of contraband would have to be very small indeed to be concealed by a 1⁄2-inch beard," Justice Alito wrote
The wording in the Constitution is simple and straightforward: the President “shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the...
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared to be divided on Tuesday over whether elected judges should be allowed to directly solicit campaign contributions in the latest...
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Tuesday in a case that could undo state laws around the country that limit judicial candidates from asking...
The 42-year backdrop for the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling on gay marriage
What Justices Kennedy, Alito, Scalia, Ginsburg and Chief Justice Roberts have said or written about the issue
The families and couples at the heart of the Supreme Court's historic decision to rule on gay marriage in the U.S.
The writing's been on the wall since the Defense of Marriage Act was struck down in 2013
Workers had argued that security screening lines amounted to extra work time
The court will hear a discrimination case that seeks to make clear what accommodations employers must make to expecting mothers
The Justices will soon decide how the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 should be interpreted
The case could have big implications for how we use social media
By not ruling on marriage equality, murderers are afforded more fairness and dignity than our LGBT brothers and sisters
Move comes nearly five months after the Supreme Court ruled against the company in a copyright spat with TV networks
North Carolina's voting law is one of several tied up in the courts as Election Day draws near.
For now. The top court could still decide to hear one of the seven gay marriage cases pending before it.
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"
(WASHINGTON) — Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Wednesday temporarily blocked an appeals court ruling that declared gay marriage legal in Idaho and...