WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has had surgery to place a stent in her right coronary artery.
Following an unfavorable U.S. Supreme Court ruling that sided with TV networks, startup Internet company Aereo said Friday it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Continue reading
A same-sex couple from Michigan is putting the question of the right to marry nationwide squarely before the Supreme Court. Continue reading
Same-sex couples seeking the right to marry are asking the Supreme Court to settle the issue of gay marriage nationwide. Appeals being filed Friday urge the justices to review last week’s lower court ruling that upheld anti-gay marriage laws in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee. Continue reading
The Supreme Court says same-sex marriages can go ahead in Kansas. Continue reading
After the 2010 census, the Republican-led Alabama legislature redrew state legislative districts. But their plan was challenged for being a racial gerrymander and violating voting rights. To examine the case’s move to the Supreme Court, Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal joins Gwen Ifill. Continue reading
The Supreme Court announced it would take up a case on the tax subsidies of the Affordable Care Act that could have major implications for the health care law. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Review joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the details, as well as why the court might consider same-sex marriage despite deciding not to earlier in the term. Continue reading
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear a new challenge to President Barack Obama’s health care law. The justices said they will decide whether the law authorizes subsidies that help millions of low- and middle-income people afford their health insurance premiums. Continue reading
In our news wrap Thursday, a federal appeals court upheld a ban on same-sex marriage in Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee. That decision makes it more likely that the issue will return to the Supreme Court. Also, The Wall Street Journal reported that President Obama had written a secret letter to Iran’s supreme leader concerning the fight against Islamic State militants. Continue reading
The Supreme Court is taking its second look at a dispute over the wording of U.S. passports for Americans born in Jerusalem, a case with potential foreign policy implications in the volatile Middle East.
The justices are hearing arguments Monday in a lawsuit filed by the parents of Menachem Zivotofsky, an American who was born in Jerusalem in 2002. Continue reading