The Supreme Court on Thursday announced it will expedite review of the legality of President Biden’s plan to cancel federal student loan debt for millions of borrowers, and hold oral arguments in February.
Texas sued the Biden administration after it said agents would prioritize for deportation only recent border crossers and those deemed a threat to public safety.
In arguments in two New York public-corruption cases, justices say some efforts to influence decisions are equivalent to lobbying, and shouldn’t be prosecuted.
Lawmakers say they need Donald Trump’s tax returns from his time in office to help evaluate the effectiveness of annual presidential audits — a premise Trump rejects.
Allegation against Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito comes after leak of draft Dobbs opinion, amid growing public question’s about the high court’s legitimacy.
The Biden administration on Friday asked the Supreme Court to reinstate enrollment in its student loan forgiveness program, saying its creation was well within the authority of the education secretary and that a lower court decision putting it on hold …
Supreme Court acts on Kelli Ward’s request to shield records from Jan. 6 committee
In oral arguments, Supreme Court justices seemed inclined to reconsider parts of a federal law that prioritizes foster or adoptive parents based on tribal status.
If justices side with plaintiffs, it would diminish the authority of the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Trade Commission.
A district attorney in Georgia wants Graham to testify before a grand jury about calls he made to state election officials as Trump contested the 2020 results.