Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court sided with a Louisiana death row inmate who wanted to argue his innocence during his trial but whose lawyer told the jury that he was guilty.

Justice Thomas continues his legacy of foolishness.

Clarence Thomas was one of three justices to write a dissent about the Supreme Court's blocking the execution of Keith Tharpe, a Black Georgia death row inmate.

The Supreme Court is poised to change the course of American politics in a ruling about whether Wisconsin Republicans gave themselves an unfair advantage when remapping voting districts.

The Supreme Court has blocked a lower court's ruling that would have “allowed up to 24,000 refugees into the U.S. before the end of October.”

A small group of companies and people want to register racially charged words and symbols, including the N-Word and swastikas, as trademarks for their products.

The Supreme Court gave President Trump a partial victory today in that certain parts of his travel ban will go into effect this week.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that Republican lawmakers violated the Constitution by packing Black voters into a few congressional districts in North Carolina.

The high court agreed with a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals, which ruled that the law’s photo ID requirement and reduction in early voting was discriminatory to Black voters.

The Republicans flexed their political muscle to place Judge Neil Gorsuch on the bench.

The Republicans could change Senate rules to end a likely Democratic filibuster of Trump's Supreme Court pick.