The Biden administration announced it fully approved over 16 million applicants for its student loan relief program, but still awaits a Supreme Court ruling.
Israel's Supreme Court ruled against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's appointment of a close ally who had been convicted of tax fraud.
The 3-2 ruling will now allow abortions to remain legal in the state for up to 20 weeks of pregnancy.
The Supreme Court voted Tuesday to uphold Title 42, the Trump-era immigration policy implemented at the beginning of the pandemic, to quickly expel asylum seekers.
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts has temporarily extended former President Trump's strict, COVID-era asylum policy.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has called for the state's supreme court to launch a grand jury investigation into the Covid-19 vaccines.
The Supreme Court refused to block a California ban on flavored tobacco products.
On Tuesday, the Senate passed the Respect For Marriage Act that would codify same-sex marriage protections into law.
Redistricting congressional districts played a critical factor in the outcome of the 2022 midterms, and current litigation could ramp up efforts in 2024.
Former members argue that Barrett's "lifelong and continued" membership makes her biased in hearing the 303 Creative v. Elenis case.
The Senate procedural vote on the same-sex marriage bill came more than a week after the midterm elections, which resulted in Democrats retaining the Senate.
The Supreme Court on Monday denied a request from Arizona GOP chairwoman Kelli Ward to block the Jan. 6 Committee from accessing her phone records.
The ruling comes after a federal judge blocked the CDC's mask mandate in April.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments on two cases regarding affirmative action on Monday, one from Harvard University and the other from The University of North Carolina.
Former President Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court to block the release of his taxes to a Democratic-led House Committee.
President Biden's student debt relief program was dealt a blow when it was issued a block from a federal appeals court.
Oklahoma executed Benjamin Cole, despite arguments claiming he was mentally ill. Cole was convicted of murdering his 9-month-old daughter in 2002.
A Wisconsin-based taxpayers' group has requested the U.S. Supreme Court block President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness program, which officially launched on October 17th.
The U.S. Supreme Court denied Oklahoma death row inmate Benjamin Cole's last-minute appeal for clemency. He will be executed by lethal injection on Thursday.
The Supreme Court rejected former President Donald Trump's request to intervene in his case stemming from an alleged mishandling of documents.
President Joe Biden said the Supreme Court was "more an advocacy group" rather than an "even-handed" court.
Former President Trump on Tuesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene in an ongoing FBI investigation.
The study projected between 135 and 420 women with pregnancy-associated-cancer will face problems in their care due to denied abortions.
"This might not be the national anthem, but it's our national anthem!" Lady Gaga said before singing the "Born This Way" track.
Over a dozen Democratic Party lawmakers were arrested in front of the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday for taking part in a protest for abortion rights. Among those arrested was Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.