The Supreme Court will finally decide whether President Trump's efforts to block travel from six Muslim-majority countries are legal.
It's against the law to kick someone off voter rolls because they don't vote. One organization says the state of Ohio is doing just that.
In his end-of-the-year report, Roberts said the "judicial branch is not immune" to inappropriate behavior like sexual harassment.
SCOTUS is split over documents related to the Trump administration's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
This is the third iteration of the ban.
The justices refused to hear a challenge to Maryland's ban on semi-automatic rifles.
The Supreme Court will take on a bigger caseload for the Fall 2017 term, and a more controversial one at that.
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider if a Colorado baker discriminated against a same-sex couple by refusing to make a wedding cake for them.
The Supreme Court partially lifted lower courts' injunctions on the so-called travel ban. The justices will hear the case next term.
Five justices joined in the majority opinion, and three others backed a concurring opinion.
The court will finally make a decision on whether or not partisan gerrymandering is constitutional.
Four of the nine Supreme Court justices must agree to hear the case.