In a new case, the justices have the power to end extreme partisan gerrymandering before 2020. But what if they don't?
The ban has set the stage for a Supreme Court battle over executive powers later this year. (Pictured: A Muslim woman awaits a relative's arrival at the Los Angeles airport on Thursday.)
The Supreme Court is letting the administration mostly enforce its 90-day prohibition of travelers from six predominantly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders.
"There's probably worse to come, as further blows to working people are authorized by the Trump/Roberts [Supreme Court]," the renowned thinker said recently.
The ruling was based upon arguments that came before the court prior to the seating of Justice Neil Gorsuch.
A historic rule change clears the way for the Supreme Court nominee to be confirmed Friday.
"We need a Supreme Court justice who will protect workers' rights, not just corporate profits," the Vermont senator says.
The president needs to come clean on Russia ties, financial conflicts and other key issues before his Supreme Court pick (shown with Trump) is accepted.
Despite the Supreme Court nominee’s contention that judges are politically impartial, his record indicates that he would play to the Trump administration.