The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that could impact the First Amendment and define the bounds of discrimination and religious freedom.
The Court’s decision could modify or outright ban racial preferences in higher education admissions, also known as “affirmative action.”
A deeply religious university is asking the Supreme Court to uphold its First Amendment right to object to an LGBTQ club on campus.
The Respect for Marriage Act will act as a "safety net" against future Supreme Court cases that attempt to define marriage.
Gov. Hochul’s new measures propose “buffer zones” to regulate where citizens can conceal carry.
With election integrity at the top of the public's mind, the case will be heard next term.
Multiple important rulings came through today at the high court. Let's unpack two.
In its Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision last week, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark ruling that declared abortion a constitutional right.
The high court classified Maine’s exclusive education funding as “discrimination.”
An armed man was charged with attempted murder after being arrested near the home of the conservative Supreme Court justice.
The law would have prevented social media companies from blocking content based on viewpoints.