The ruling is the first legal flare-up involving the Supreme Court since its June ruling.
The federal ruling reaffirmed that state-sanctioned sports gambling is illegal.
The court said Joseph Arpaio lacked legal standing to challenge the president's policy.
The net neutrality court battle is hitting a new phase.
The Federal Reserve earlier this month rejected an application from The Fourth Corner Credit Union...
The poll also showed an increase in support for cameras in the courtroom.
Oral arguments challenging the injuction will be heard on Friday.
Attorneys general across the country are vowing to protect religious freedom.
Teachers in California say union shops in public workplaces violate the First Amendment.
The way he reached the decision may enable the curbing of regulation in other areas.
“People still get singled out for discrimination,” Mary Bonauto said.
Supreme Court rulings affirming ObamaCare and gay marriage are unnerving the right.
A Florida man says the warrantless use of cell data violates the Fourth Amendment.
The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the Labor Department's action.
States, energy companies and business groups are preparing to sue the administration.
Colleges will be prohibited from paying student athletes until a final court ruling.
The regulations were challenged by both industry groups and environmentalists.
Challengers had called the prohibition a violation of free speech.
Arizona voters claim partisanship motivated how congressional districts were drawn.
Churches and religious universities could lose their tax exempt status, experts say.
The challenge centers on racial preferences in the University of Texas's admissions process.
“We’re simply asking to be treated equally and fairly," Jim Obergefell said.
“You can’t explain something with, ‘that’s the way we’ve always done it,’” Ted Olsen said.
The presidential hopeful accused the high court of “shameless judicial activism.”