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NewsHour regular, Marcia Coyle, is Chief Washington Correspondent for The National Law Journal where she covers the U.S. Supreme Court and national legal issues.
What the justices decide to do with these four cases could offer some hints as to the future of abortion rights in Chief Justice John Roberts’ court.
The justices could decide Friday or early next week whether they will hear the government's appeal.
The U.S. Supreme Court returned to the bench for arguments in early January, but that didn't mean work stopped over the holidays.
A $42,000 Land Rover SUV is at the center of a U.S. Supreme Court battle this week over whether one of our rights protects us from certain actions by state and local governments.
Ideology has and does count.
What happened after Justice Sandra Day O'Connor left and Justice Samuel Alito Jr. took her seat is a window into why filling the Kennedy seat will be a high-stakes battle.
This Supreme Court term feels more politically fraught than recent ones for two reasons: the extreme partisanship dominating the relationships between the executive and legislative branches, and the nature of the remaining cases to be decided.
In Trump v. Hawaii, the Trump Administration seeks to reverse lower court rulings that found legal and constitutional failures with the third version of the travel ban. Here's what you need to know.
There are two major challenges in the Supreme Court's two-week session beginning March 19. Here's what we're watching.
The justices could rule in any of these cases at any time.
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