"Events in the past few weeks have made clear that the judicial branch is not immune" from workplace sexual harassment, Chief Justice John Roberts writes.
A judge recently imposed a nationwide injunction blocking restrictions on reuniting refugee families, and said refugees with formal agreements with refugee resettlement agencies were covered under his order. The U.S. opposes the latter.
Every president influences U.S. law and legal institutions, but few have had the impact of Donald Trump. And he’s just getting started.
America’s courts have never been places of justice dispensation—and a new computer program makes their record even worse.
The justices, voting 7 to 2, say the policy can take full effect even as legal challenges against it make their way through the courts.
Steve Green says the aim is to educate, not evangelize. But skeptics call the project a Christian ministry disguised as a museum.
The convicted murderer deserves to spend life in prison, but he should not be put to death because of an unjust law.
In a new case, the justices have the power to end extreme partisan gerrymandering before 2020. But what if they don't?