The Court agrees to rule on the legal status of 4.3 million immigrants, taking on a hot issue in the presidential race.
The Court tried to avoid big, political questions about Puerto Rico’s autonomy from the U.S.
Roberts: If Congress can meddle in the Iran lawsuit, does that mean it can also tell me how to rule on Obamacare?
The Court ruled that juries, not judges, must make the factual findings necessary for a death sentence.
The justices seemed likely to rule that certain union fees violate the First Amendment.
Victims of Iranian bombings say the regime should pay them nearly $2 billion. Congress agreed. But Iran says that was unconstitutional.
From immigration to abortion to the power of unions, the Supreme Court is entering this election year with a full plate of politically charged cases.
Scalia threw a bombshell, but Roberts and Alito laid out an actual roadmap to roll back affirmative action
The Court’s conservative justices said Texas hasn’t justified the use of race in college admissions.
The Supreme Court will take another look at the use of affirmative action in college admissions.
The court was divided in a case that could dramatically reshape the rules for redistricting in the states.
The Court is considering a major change in the way legislative districts are drawn.
The state is suing the Obama administration and a local non-profit group, but legal experts say the bid is unlikely to make a difference.
If the Supreme Court doesn’t rule soon on Obama’s immigration programs, he won’t be able to implement them before leaving office.
The Court agreed to hear a challenge to Texas’s abortion restrictions.
The White House is hoping for a major Supreme Court ruling on immigration just months before the 2016 elections.
The high court agreed to hear another challenge to Obamacare’s contraception mandate.
Technical details could sideline a high-profile challenge to all-white juries.
The Court’s next session could bring controversial rulings on abortion, affirmative action, and redistricting.
If she’ll truly let her deputies issue valid marriage licenses, she might not have to issue them herself, legal experts say.