The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a Massachusetts law requiring protesters to stay at least 35 feet from the entrances to clinics that provide abortions, a decision that cast a legal cloud over similar provisions in other states.
The US Supreme Court today limited a president's power to make recess appointments when the White House and the Senate are controlled by opposite parties, scaling back a presidential authority as old as the republic.
In a sweeping decision in favor of digital privacy, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police almost always need a warrant to search a person’s cellphone, even in the case of someone placed under arrest.
Supreme Court upholds law banning "straw" gun sales used to quickly transfer firearms to other buyers.
Monday, we told you about a supreme court ruling that protects a city's right to hold prayer before a meeting.
The Supreme Court says prayers that open town council meetings do not violate the Constitution even if they routinely stress Christianity.
The Supreme Court hunted for a middle ground Tuesday on how much authority police should have to rummage through the cellphones of people they arrest.
U.S. Supreme Court gives EPA victory in campaign to reduce power plant air pollution that drifts across state lines.
The Supreme Court hears a case today that could impact how you watch television.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday morning upheld Michigan's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions.
Further loosening the reins on the role of money in politics, the U.S. Supreme Court today struck down restrictions on the grand total that any person can contribute to all federal candidates for office.
Supreme Court hears arguments from companies opposed to providing insurance coverage that includes contraception.
Supreme Court to decide if "buffer zones" around abortion clinics are a violation of free speech.
Supreme Court hears arguments on Affordable Care Act requirements forcing religious-affiliated organizations to provide their employees with insurance that includes birth control.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments today in a battle between states and the federal government's Clean Air Act.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a series of cases testing the boundaries of free speech.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear a challenge to ObamaCare brought by a Virginia-based Christian university
The Supreme Court is decided to take on cases that challenge the aspects of the Affordable Care Act.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to block controversial Texas abortion restrictions that have been called some of the strictest in the country.
Supreme Court will decide if a roommate can give permission for an entire apartment to be searched by police. Danielle Leigh reports.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments that a town's practice of opening meetings with prayer violates the First Amendment.
Supreme court to decide if workers should be paid for time spent changing into and out of protective clothing.
U.S. Supreme Court will decide if voter referendums can be used to ban affirmative action programs.
The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the police practice of taking DNA samples from people who have been arrested but not convicted of a crime, ruling that it amounts to the 21st century version of fingerprinting.
Before the current U.S. Supreme Court term ends in late June, the justices will decide the fate of the most potent part of a law widely considered the most important piece of civil rights legislation ever passed by Congress the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Supreme Court to decide if companies can patent human genes.
Supreme Court considers California's same-sex marriage ban
Court rules that copyrighted items made overseas can be resold after purchase in the United States.
One of the government's weapons against racial discrimination is facing a challenge in the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court is set to decide if police can collect DNA samples from suspects without a warrant.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to delve once again into the controversial issue of limits on money in politics.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a Buffalo Grove atheist's final appeal in his lawsuit challenging the use of state funds to renovate an 11-story cross.
President Obama violated the Constitution when he bypassed the Senate to fill vacancies on a labor relations panel, a federal appeals court panel ruled Friday.
Justices indicated Wednesday that the dangers of drunken driving don't trump the Fourth Amendment, peppering lawyers for the state of Missouri with objections to their request that the Supreme Court allow law enforcement to order blood tests for DUI without suspects' consent.
A federal appeals court on Thursday refused to shield Hobby Lobby Stores from the Obama administration's contraception mandate in a blow to the largest employer to challenge the ObamaCare rule.
The Supreme Court will take up California's ban on same-sex marriage, a case that could give the justices the chance to rule on whether gay Americans have the same constitutional right to marry as heterosexuals.
Congressman Mac Thornberry says he disagrees with the Supreme Court's ruling and says voters can speak up and make a change come November.
Texas Leaders react to ruling
The Supreme Court today sided with the TV networks. The Justices say federal regulators overreached in some "indecency" punishments.
The U.S. Supreme Court this morning rejected the redistricting maps drawn by a panel of federal judges in San Antonio. The Court ruled that the San Antonio court should have created a map that looks more like the one passed last year by the Legislature, the high court said.