The Supreme Court on Monday issued a formal code of conduct after months of criticism from liberal advocates accusing some of the conservative members of the bench of unprofessional relationships with billionaires.
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Idaho asked the Supreme Court Monday to step in and let it enforce its pro-life law -- enacted after the high court's ruling last year ending a national right to abortion -- over objections from the federal government.
The Supreme Court early next month will hear a case that could undo part of the 2017 tax reform law enacted by Republicans and former President Donald Trump -- all over a Washington state couple's $15,000 tax bill.
The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on whether civil penalties imposed by a federal agency, not a judicial court, violate the Constitution in a case that legal experts say could unravel the administrative state.
The Supreme Court announced Monday it won't review an appeal from ex-Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin, whose lawyers said he should have had a change of venue for his murder trial due to jury bias.
The Supreme Court will hear two major cases on Jan. 17 that both involve a request to overturn decades-old precedent that gives the federal government significant leeway in implementing rules and regulations.
The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to allow Florida to enforce its law preventing children from being exposed to adult, sexually explicit performances such as drag shows.
It's been more than 500 days since the federal government launched its criminal complaint against Nicholas Roske for his alleged plans to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh -- and still no trial date has been set.