U.S. Supreme Court

From enrollment to graduation rates, a ban on affirmative action has outsized consequences for students who are not white.

His rulings reveal a broader ultraconservative agenda to roll back social and political gains.

It says a lot when even a super-conservative Supreme Court shuns a far-right extremist.

The new Supreme Court term - with gerrymandering and affirmative action college admissions cases - may reflect conservative Constitution interpretations.

Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, whom Jackson will replace, has announced the date of his retirement. The announcement comes days after a flurry of controversial decisions and opinions from the conservative-leaning Court that will be joined by a Black woman for the first time ever.

The map drawn by Louisiana's GOP was found to be discriminatory toward Black voters.

The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Americans' constitutional right to abortion in a landmark ruling that strikes down Roe v. Wade.

The ruling is expected to make it harder for other states to restrict guns amid a national gun violence crisis.

The conservative supermajority has been called an "existential threat" to Black people.  

Supporting the work of abortion funds and reproductive justice organizations is paramount.

Supreme Court justices expressed sympathy for Joseph Kennedy, a white high school football coach fired for kneeling and praying on the field after games, drawing a stark contrast to the country's collective reaction to Colin Kaepernick's kneeling protest.

Thurgood Marshall’s confirmation was a giant step forward in Supreme Court and U.S. history, but along the way he faced Senate Judiciary Committee questions that were race-baiting, arrogant, irrelevant and picayune. Ketanji Brown Jackson’s historic hearings have unfolded in a similar way.