A federal judge had previously struck down a state ban, and without Supreme Court intervention, same-sex marriage licenses could be issued starting Jan. 6.
Justices won’t review decision, so state officials must issue driver’s licenses to some illegal immigrants.
An officer who uncovered cocaine during an errant traffic stop made a “reasonable” mistake, court rules.
Activists argue the law would make it tough to get medical abortions. The state says it was meant to protect women.
Watchers are trying to determine if the Supreme Court will finally take up case.
Dispute is over resentencing for youths who were denied chance of parole.
Bias revealed in deliberations did not provide information specific to S.D. man’s suit, Justice Sotomayor writes.
The retailer doesn’t have to pay for time warehouse employees spend in security lines at shift’s end.
Amtrak passenger trains run on private freight lines, and it argues it has authority to determine traffic flow.
The company argues the multibillion-dollar agreement over the Gulf oil spill is being exploited by bogus claims.