The sweeping decision comes amid a trend in Latin America loosening restrictions on abortion even as access has been limited in the United States.
Actor Michael Imperioli thanked the Supreme Court on Saturday for "allowing" him to discriminate after they held that a graphic designer who creates wedding websites does not have to create them for same-sex marriages.
President Joe Biden is offering an alternative student debt plan designed to ease borrowers’ threat of default if they fall behind on their payments.
The Supreme Court has ruled the Biden administration overstepped its authority in trying to cancel or reduce student loan debt, effectively killing the $400 billion plan.
A year after its sweeping gun rights ruling, the Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether judges are going too far in striking down restrictions on firearms.
In a defeat for gay rights, the court ruled 6-3 for designer Lorie Smith despite a Colorado law that bars discrimination based on sexual orientation, race, gender and other characteristics.
The Supreme Court is set to make a final decision soon.
Some universities are exploring innovative strategies, such as socio-economic factors, to ensure a diverse student body while remaining within the legal boundaries defined by the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court struck down affirmative action in college admissions, declaring race can't be a factor.
President Joe Biden said he “strongly, strongly" disagrees with the court's ruling and urged colleges not to let the ruling “be the last word."
Attorney Jason Harrow joins the Special Report to discuss the latest from the US Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court has left in place an appellate ruling barring a North Carolina public charter school from requiring girls to wear skirts to school.
Congresswoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove joins the Special Report to discuss hotel workers strike, latest on Russia and Wagner and looking back one year after the Roe v. Wade reversal.
Republican-led states that challenged the policy say federal law requires authorities to detain and deport even those who pose little or no risk.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito accepted a 2008 trip to a luxury fishing lodge in Alaska from two wealthy Republican donors, one of whom repeatedly had interests before the court.
Chief Justice John Roberts' comments come as an acknowledgment that recent reporting about the justices' ethical missteps is having an effect on public perception of the court.
The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a challenge to a California animal cruelty law that affects the pork industry, ruling that the case was properly dismissed by lower courts. Pork producers had said that the law could force industry-wide changes and raise the cost of bacon and other pork products nationwide.
The Supreme Court has preserved women’s access to a drug used in the most common method of abortion, rejecting lower-court restrictions while a lawsuit continues.
The Supreme Court has stopped abortion pill Mifeprex restrictions from taking effect for now.
Supreme Court Justice John Roberts is being asked to testify to Congress as scrutiny mounts around Justice Clarence Thomas.