Kentucky senator said that a court ruling that the NSA's bulk collection of phone records is illegal validates his calls for privacy.
Court cases in a handful of states could set the table for gains in the decennial redistricting process.
As justices broke along familiar ideological lines, Anthony M. Kennedy, a frequent swing vote, asked tough questions of both sides.
Proponents felt their moment was about to arrive. While many on the other side, still vocal, could feel the tide turning.
Social video captures the scene outside of the Supreme Court, as justices weigh same-sex marriage arguments.
The nation's highest court is hearing Obergefell v. Hodges, a case that examines if same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. Here's what you need to know about the case that could make gay marriage legal across the nation.
They’ve been on the high court for decades, but one issue divides and defines them like no other.
Many Americans probably haven’t heard of the lawyers handling arguments on same-sex marriage.
A Washington Post-ABC News survey finds 61 percent of Americans approve of same-sex nuptials.
The Supreme Court rules that officers cannot detain violators longer than necessary to conduct a drug search.
The justices revisit the Armed Career Criminal Act in another attempt to understand it or toss it out.
Maryland and Virginia officials say the issue of gay marriage cannot be left to the democratic process.
The events in 1975 led to the ‘exile’ of the couple after a ruling by Anthony M. Kennedy, now a pivotal justice as the Supreme Court decides a historic question.
The administration asked a 5th Circuit panel to allow program to proceed as judge deliberates over states’ lawsuit.
Ryan T. Anderson, a 33-year-old fellow at the Heritage Foundation, says most of his peers disagree with him on the issue of same-sex marriage. But that doesn't stop him from debating his case, even in front of some left-leaning audiences. PostTV followed him on his trip to Harvard Law School.