The Supreme Court lifted a stay on the issuing of licenses, making the state the 33rd to allow gay unions.
Democrats argue that the state GOP packed minority voters into districts in a way that reduces their influence.
The said it will review a lawsuit targeting federal subsidies that help many people buy health insurance.
The U.S. appeals court decision overturning rulings in Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky almost surely means the Supreme Court must take up the issue of whether same-sex couples have a right to marry.
Federal prosecutors used a portion of the law to tackle a commercial fisherman who threw some back.
The justices seemed sympathetic to a former air marshal, but they raised concerns about sensitive information.
There’s a reason people couch personnel assessments carefully. That person you slammed might get the job anyway.
Court asked to allow Americans born in Jerusalem to claim Israel as their birthplace on U.S. passports.
Individuals with stories to tell are often at the heart of many cases the justices hear.