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By Chabeli Carrazana, The 19th
Three controversial cases were brought to the court as emergency motions and were decided without the court's more typical full briefing and oral argument. That process has been called the court's "shadow docket."…
By Casey Smith, Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
The order came Friday night in response to a plea from the state Republican Party as Democrat Joe Biden inched ahead of President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania in the presidential race.
By Associated Press
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.
By Marcia Coyle
The Supreme Court is allowing Ohio to clean up its voting rolls by targeting people who haven't cast ballots in a while.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
There is a direct link between the court's decision in the sports betting case and the administration's effort to punish local governments that resist Trump's immigration enforcement policies, several legal commentators said.
By Mark Scolforo and Mark Sherman, Associated Press
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let a court-ordered redrawing of congressional districts in Pennsylvania proceed, denying a plea from Republicans legislative leaders to block it.
Under an Arkansas law, married lesbian couples had to get a court order to have both spouses listed as parents on their children's birth certificates.
Justice Antonin Scalia's sudden death transformed the Supreme Court's term, shifted power to its liberal wing and started a transition that will be greatly affected by who wins the presidency.
By Will Weissert, Associated Press
AUSTIN, Texas — An avid Twitter user, Donald Trump has attracted more than his fair share of trolls. Now, he may be ready to name one of them to the Supreme Court.
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