The 5-to-4 ruling almost surely means the 2018 elections will be conducted in disputed congressional and legislative districts.
The decision put on hold an appeals court ruling that had prevented the government from blocking about 24,000 refugees with formal resettlement assurances.
A lawyer in the state is fighting to remove a flag that he says promotes white supremacy.
The government argues the baker cannot be compelled to use his talents for something that conflicts with his religious beliefs.
Schwarzenegger, Dole join brief seeking to throw out Wisconsin GOP’s redistricting plan.
Federal judges in four cases ruled that the state legislature had discriminated against minorities.
The case over same-sex rights vs. religious rights is scheduled for oral argument before the justices in the fall.
The president, in a series of tweets, announced last month that transgender individuals would not be allowed to serve in any capacity.
The court has declined many chances to weigh in on Second Amendment protections.
The short order from the court means the administration must continue to accept those with grandparents, aunts and uncles and other relatives in the United States.
Unsigned opinion raises the question among court watchers.
Roberts give commencement address to elite New Hampshire boarding school his son attended.
The newest justice has proved himself to be a self-assured jurist unafraid of the big stage.
Lower courts had ruled that the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, who cited his religious beliefs, had violated the state’s public accommodations law.
The action means that the administration may impose temporary bans on travelers from six majority-Muslim countries and on all refugees, with exceptions noted by the court.