U.S. Supreme Court
US Supreme Court refuses to give financial support to foreign organizations over the interests of America
The United States Supreme Court has upheld the right of the United States to distribute aid to foreign organizations in the best interests of the country, making it clear that American money spent abroad must support American interests. According to The ...
Supreme Court blocks release of DOJ documents that could help House Democrats impeach President Trump again
America's highest court stopped House Democrats from accessing classified information that could be used to impeach the president a second time. The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily prevented the release of secret grand jury documents in special counsel Robert Mueller's full ...
House Democrats sue DOJ for withholding evidence that could help impeach President Trump again in 2021
A congressional group, which is responsible for administering justice through judicial and regulatory avenues, is taking legal action against a law enforcement agency to impeach the president again. The House Committee on the Judiciary has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to ...
President Trump welcomes ‘complete and total exoneration’ of former New Jersey Gov. Christie
An administrative traffic management dispute ended after a legal battle that lasted for years without finding conclusive evidence of misconduct, the president said. President Donald Trump congratulated former Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) for being unanimously cleared of any wrongdoing regarding the ...
President Trump bewildered after learning Sen. Schumer will not be punished for threatening blackmail of judges
A court failed to punish a controversial senator for threatening blackmail of judges, if they did not follow the Democratic Party in supporting a woman’s choice to terminate her pregnancy, the president said. President Donald Trump is bewildered after learning the ...
President Trump fires back after ‘liberal’ judges accused GOP appointed colleagues of bias
The integrity of two civil servants who serve on the nation's highest court was questioned after they accused their colleagues, who were sworn in during the current administration, of being biased toward the president. President Donald Trump fired back after Supreme ...
Lawyers ask Supreme Court to block subpoena and uphold privacy of President Trump’s tax returns
President Trump's legal team urged the highest federal court on Nov. 14, to overrule a judicial requirement to disclose the president's personal tax returns. Lawyers acting for Donald Trump filed a request with the Supreme Court to block a subpoena from ...
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made first public appearance since latest cancer treatment
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the senior liberal on the Supreme Court, made her first public appearance on Monday, Aug. 26, since it was announced that she had undergone treatment for pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg visited Buffalo, New York, where she was awarded ...
Supreme Court overturns lower court ruling, allows use of military funds for border wall
The Supreme Court on Friday, July 26, ruled that the Trump administration could begin using military funds to build a wall on the northern border, providing a significant legal win to the president. The decision allows the administration to move ahead ...
In gerrymandering case, Supreme Court rules it’s a matter for lawmakers, not judges
In a new decision, the Supreme Court determined partisan gerrymandering disputes are a political question, not something federal courts should be deciding. In a 5-4 ruling Thursday, the high court decided in a pair of cases regarding gerrymandering—which is the practice of state ...
Trump predicts Supreme Court will give him a win in legal fight over national emergency
President Donald Trump predicted the Supreme Court will ultimately vindicate his declaration of a national emergency for constructing a wall on the southern border. “I’ll sign the final papers as soon as I get into the Oval Office, and we will ...
US Supreme Court did not take up DACA — now what?
Fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program lies with 11 cases all over the country
Supreme Court to review gun rights restrictions
The court said Tuesday it will hear a challenge to New York City's strict rules for carrying legally owned guns outside the home
Supreme court upholds Trump restrictions on transgender military service
High court, however, does not rule on constitutionality of the exclusionary policy as lower courts continue to consider the dispute
US top court’s Ginsburg misses oral arguments again
Although Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg did not attend the oral arguments, she will participate in the cases and rulings by using the briefs and oral argument transcripts, Chief Justice John Roberts announces
US supreme court appears wary of expanding ‘double jeopardy’
Limiting state and federal criminal charges for the same offenses could affect Special Counsel Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in US elections
US Supreme court to hear census citizenship question dispute
The nation’s highest court will consider what evidence a federal judge may consider at trial
Trump Administration Asks Supreme Court to Halt Trial Over Census
Trial set for Nov. 5 to examine the legality of administration's decision to ask people taking part in the 2020 US census whether they are citizens
Kavanaugh Hears First Arguments as New US Supreme Court Justice
Kavanaugh, after a bruising confirmation process, says he will be 'an independent and impartial justice'
Trump Claims Democrats Desire to Impeach New Supreme Court Justice
Just hours before a White House ceremonial swearing-in for Kavanaugh, Trump predicts Democrats' opposition to the newest justice will cost them in midterms
End of content
No more pages to load