(Kristin) Members of our Supreme Court have the least amount of transparency when it comes to financial disclosure.
(Brianna Kraemer) The Supreme Court has a total of 24 significant cases left to review before a three-month summer vacation begins in July, which focus on religion clashing with LGBT beliefs, Obamacare challenges by Republicans and voting restrictions since the 2020 presidential election that left many furious with state voting systems.
(Staff Writer) The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear a major challenge to the Roe v. Wade 1973 ruling on abortion.
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(Martin Walsh) The Supreme Court has ordered lower courts in New Jersey and Colorado to rehear cases about coronavirus restrictions for religious gatherings after the high court’s recent decision not to allow New York to impose similar restrictions, which happened with conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett on the bench.
(Joseph Weber) “I shouldn’t have to be afraid to express myself,” says former high schooler Brandi Levy whose Snapchat post is at center of case.
(Kyle Becker) Joe Biden does not support “packing” the Supreme Court with more radical justices. At least for now.
(Kyle Becker) House and Senate Democrats are planning to add more justices to the Supreme Court.
(Cristina Laila) The Supreme Court on Monday denied a bid by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch to uphold a court ruling requiring Hillary Clinton to testify under oath about her private email system.