Read the entire ruling on employer contraceptive coverage.
The Supreme Court ducked a ruling on the merits of California's same-sex marriage ban. But that's the same thing as a win for California's LGBT couples.
The court issued six rulings today. Here's what they did.
The government can't force aid groups to take a stand against prostitution as a precondition for getting funding.
The Supreme Court ruled 5-3 against businesses who objected to being required to accept American Express debit cards along with the company's charge card.
It's now harder for past convictions to count against you.
In a 7-2 decision, the court finds that the national "motor voter" law trumps Arizona's state law requiring proof of citizenship to vote.
The court's conservatives rule against trial lawyers, and for the would-be clients to whom those lawyers were sending junk mail.
Thomas writes for a 5-4 court, joining the court's liberals. A previous Court decision by Kennedy is reversed.
Breyer writes for a 5-3 court, with Samuel Alito recusing himself.
Alito writes 5-4 decision for the court.