In Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a cake maker claims he should be able to deny gay couples because his cake is art.
Some consider Carpenter v. United States the most important Fourth Amendment case in a generation.
A ProPublica review adds fuel to a longstanding worry about the nation’s highest court: The justices can botch the truth, sometimes in cases of great import.
Tiffany Wright's family was devastated by violence and drug addiction. Yet she still earned a chance to work for Justice Sonia Sotomayor and change her life.
The ruling could benefit the NFL's Washington Redskins, whose trademark was canceled based on the same law in a separate proceeding.
Judge Neil Gorsuch will appear Monday before senators looking to pin him down on his philosophy — and some will air grievances about why Gorsuch is even here at all. Gorsuch, for his part, will try to defend his approach without discussing specific cases or damaging his smooth nomination in any way.
The Supreme Court has given a Mexican defendant a chance for new trial following a juror's racist remarks.
The US Supreme Court vacated a decision in favor of a transgender student seeking access to the boys bathroom at school, and asked the Court of Appeals to issue a new decision in light of President Trump's reversal of transgender protections in schools.
Asked earlier this month about the most important person in her life, Ginsburg, who was widowed in 2010 and lost a close friend with the 2016 death of Justice Antonin Scalia, responded, “My personal trainer.”