The conservative justice had a slip of the tongue in court Monday.
Baker Botts LLP spent $5M defending its right to collect fees in a bankruptcy case.
The Supreme Court may be hestitant to label people as homophobic, one expert said.
The Karl Rove-linked group says it is not a political committee.
The lower court struck down the law denying bail to illegal immigrants charged with felonies.
The court ruled 7-2 to reverse lower court decisions.
Cisco had argued that it believed the contested patent was invalid.
Activists are calling for passage of a federal anti-discrimination law.
Judges appeared sympathetic to making workers eligible for wage protections.
A Vermont federal district court judge upheld the law set to take effect July 1, 2016.
Justices will not hear a case challenging a ban in New Jersey.
The service providers don't want the rules implemented while they're suing over them.
State judges ruled pot can't be considered legal if outlawed at the federal level.
The ordinance requires mobile phone retailers to hand out warnings about radio frequency exposure.
The Supreme Court is taking up the appeal of a $5.8 million judgment against Tyson Foods.
A marijuana farmer will spend the rest of his life in prison after murdering one of his immigrant...
The woman was denied a job over her headscarf.
The ruling could determine how states are expected to draw equal election districts.
Critics are calling on the courts to delay the FCC's net neutrality rules.
Telecom companies can now request a stay in court.
Regulations granting workers minimum wage and overtime rights hang in the balance.
The inmate claimed prison officials violated her Eighth Amendment rights.
Judges questioned Arizona Sheriff Joseph Arpaio's legal standing in the case.
The Supreme Court said employers should be given notice and time to settle charges.