Supreme Court of the United States
The 5-4 ruling is a victory for privacy advocates.
The lower court struck down the law denying bail to illegal immigrants charged with felonies.
The ruling could determine how states are expected to draw equal election districts.
The ruling follows recent decisions treating campaign donations as free speech.
Supreme Court justices are the only federal judges exempt from following a code of conduct.
A district was within its rights to ban the T-shirts, the court says.
A bill introduced Wednesday would require open court proceedings to be televised.
For the second time in three years, it’s up to Donald Verrilli Jr. to save ObamaCare.
The government should "prove that a speaker intended to make a threat,” the Times argued.
The justice said Obama "could not successfully appoint anyone I would like to see."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said she would support efforts to pass a constitutional amendment...
They want the Supreme Court to side with a man who posted violent rants on Facebook.
The conservative justice had a slip of the tongue in court Monday.
The woman was denied a job over her headscarf.
The inmate claimed prison officials violated her Eighth Amendment rights.
Scott Lively slammed Justices Kagan and Ginsburg for officiating same-sex weddings.
It's against the law to hold a suspect for even a few extra minutes, the Supreme Court ruled.
Pregnant employee gets another chance to prove UPS failed to accomodate her.
In 9-0 ruling, justices endorse expansive powers for changing the interpretation of rules.
Lawsuit was filed by Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R).
A case over the agency’s most controversial program heads to the D.C. Circuit.
It is the first same-sex wedding Kagan has performed.
Stuart Delery argued U.S. v. Windsor, as it made its way to the high court.
Same-sex marriage was slated to become legal in the state on Thursday.