The case challenged long-delayed death sentences.
Brady has retained Ted Olson, who was President George W. Bush’s Supreme Court lawyer.
The courtroom gasped, but Justice Ginsburg took the name change in stride.
Ex-Gov. Bob McDonnell was convicted on corruption charges.
The NFL team is tying its case to a similar case involving a band called "The Slants."
The FEC is accused of failing to investigate illegal campaign contributions.
Conservative states and industry groups just filed opening briefs.
Obama's Supreme Court nominee is also meeting with two Democratic senators Thursday.
The states argued that consent on a blood-alcohol test is a “valid bargain” for using roads.
Iran claims Congress unfairly weighed in on the lawsuit.
Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford said Democrats are using it as a "prop" in the court fight.
The justices were divided 4-4 on the question.
The justices are delving into the broader question of where ethical lines should be drawn.
Two lower courts ruled the law discriminates against minority voters.
The justices appeared reluctant to uphold the former governor's conviction.
But Republicans appear unswayed about his nomination.
The court said it assumed a demotion was an example of retaliation.
The outcome of the case could change the way patents are challenged.
She said the court had an "inconsistent record" on gun issues in the past.
Service advisers sued a dealership in Encino, Calif.
Lindsey Graham is the 10th Republican senator to meet with Merrick Garland.
Republicans had said the redistricting hurt their influence in the state.
The court unanimously found that Maryland overstepped its authority.
The Supreme Court is expected to hand down its ruling in June.