The highest court in the U.S. delivers a tsunami of decisions, most of which leave no doubt about its fiercely right-wing orientation.
At least six other times in the past, people were excluded from America on the basis of race or religion. The Roberts Supreme Court has just legitimized the seventh.
The Supreme Court's recent decision on the state's so-called “Supplemental Process” law could lead others to take steps to disenfranchise minorities, the poor and people with disabilities, who tend to vote Democratic.
The justices so far have had little to say about the president's time in office, even as the nation has moved from one Trump controversy to another. That's about to change.
A book on the U.S. Supreme Court justice reveals the bruising backstory to the Texas affirmative action case set to be heard again this fall.
On the most recent episode of "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" the comedian released what MSNBC's Rachel Maddow called Monday "an asset in our nation's arsenal in how to cover civics." And by "asset" she means clips of every Supreme Court justice in the Roberts court as a dog. Yes, a dog.
The Senate could soon consider a constitutional amendment that would give Congress and states the ability to limit money in politics, possibly reversing the effect of recent Supreme Court rulings. But the amendment doesn’t appear to have the votes to pass.
Sotomayor's eloquent dissent against the decision to allow Michigan to discriminate by race and sex in the college admissions process has the power to wake those asleep in the dream of our country's presumed inevitable progress.Sotomayor's dissent against the decision to allow Michigan to discriminate by race and sex has the power to wake those asleep in the dream of our country's inevitable progress.
In a decision that will take its place alongside Citizens United as the worst of the Roberts court, the Supreme Court struck down part of the Voting Rights Act last year.