The Supreme Court is offering “Pride” rainbow cookies in its cafeteria, according to a photograph of the bakery case shared on Twitter on Thursday.
The Supreme Court on Monday allowed a lower court to consider directing Louisiana to redraw its congressional maps to create two majority Black districts.
Senate Democrats confirmed the 100th district court judge appointed by President Biden on Wednesday, outpacing his predecessor.
Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. beat ProPublica to the punch Tuesday, publishing an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal rebutting a then-unpublished article accusing him of ethics violations.
Former Obama and Bush administration officials are calling for the recusal of the judge who has been tapped to oversee the charges against former President Donald Trump stemming from his handling of classified documents.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Alabama can’t use its congressional map with only one majority Black district, reasoning it was likely a discriminatory racial gerrymander that runs afoul of the Voting Rights Act.
Two of President Biden’s judicial nominees withdrew their nominations this month after the Senate Judiciary Committee failed to process them for confirmation votes.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Richard J. Durbin vowed to get information from GOP megadonor Harlan Crow over his gifts and relationship with Justice Clarence Thomas after a law firm representing Mr. Crow rejected the committee’s inquiries about his busines…
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled against families of victims of terrorist attacks, who sued three Big Tech companies after alleging they aided and abetted terrorists by allowing their videos and content on their platforms.
A woman is alleging in a lawsuit that former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani sexually abused her, and offered to sell pardons for $2 million while serving as the personal lawyer to then-President Trump.