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By Associated Press
The Supreme Court on Monday once again tackled a question that's lingered since our country's founding: where exactly to draw the line between church and state. Correspondent John Yang breaks down the arguments in this case as they played out…
By John Yang, Saher Khan, Kyle Midura
In a historic first, the Senate Thursday narrowly confirmed Ketanji Brown Jackson to become the first Black woman on the Supreme Court. Three Republican senators joined all 50 Democrats in voting for Jackson. LaDoris Cordell, who became the first Black…
By Amna Nawaz, Tommy Walters
The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that questions whether sweeping legal immunity for states trumps guarantees for America’s veterans. John Yang introduces us to a Texan who served his country, and now finds himself in a legal…
By John Yang, Lorna Baldwin, Kyle Midura, Ebony Joseph
In our news wrap Thursday, a jury in Louisville, Kentucky acquitted a former police officer of wanton endangerment stemming from Breonna Taylor's killing, bipartisan momentum builds for a ban on Russian oil shipments to the U.S., the Supreme Court rejected…
By Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News
It was the third time in nine years the court has been offered the opportunity to effectively end the health law — and the third time it has refused.
The heirs to a 11th-century collection of art say their Jewish ancestors were forced to sell some of the collection in 1935 to Nazi agents. They are now seeking restitution in a case before the U.S. Supreme Court. John Yang…
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed Native American rights to millions of acres of land in eastern Oklahoma. The 5-4 opinion granted jurisdictional control to the Muscogee Nation and extends to four neighboring tribal nations, which together make up…
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