The law requiring doctors at the state's three clinics to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital was to take effect Monday.
Even before Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement, the Supreme Court was hardly a liberal—or even a centrist—institution.
The president has chosen a candidate who poses a great threat to progressive values and causes—and one who might shield him from Mueller.
Here’s your recap of the jurisprudential carnage.
This week's developments mean the U.S. Supreme Court will make no major decision on voting rights before the midterm elections.
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 5-4 decision upholding Ohio's voter registration practice has major implications for voting rights nationwide.
The Supreme Court's robust reading of the 10th Amendment and a limit on the power to force states go along with Washington's wishes could spell trouble for the Trump administration.
Despite opposition from the major sports leagues and the administration, the Supreme Court strikes down a law barring betting on football, basketball, baseball and other sports in most states.
The fight over gerrymandering in Pennsylvania is a microcosm of the anything-goes tactics the GOP is employing to take and hold power.