The justices will consider the possible influence of race on the state’s congressional map.

The U.S. government argues that it is within its bounds to detain people without bond.

Justices also announce first decision of the term about an argued case involving bribery.

Conservative legal activists look to Scalia’s legacy in their search for inspiration.

Judges decide 2 to 1 that violation occurred in 2011, when districts were drawn by state’s Republicans.

Other questions answered: What is Merrick Garland’s fate, and how will the court handle abortion?

Justice warns of “constitutional fault lines” that might come before Supreme Court.

The upset doomed Merrick Garland’s nomination and dashed Democrats’ hopes for a liberal majority on the high court.

Banks say the Fair Housing Act isn’t applicable in this case because the city can’t prove direct harm.

Company objects to a ruling by the acting general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board.

The city, accusing banks of discriminatory and predatory lending, wants them to pay.

The observance included a resolution passed by lawyers who practice before the court presented to the eight remaining justices.

As might be imagined, each raises bigger issues.

Supreme Court justice remains a deeply polarizing figure after a quarter century on the bench.

The justices will review a Virginia scyhool district’s policy requiring students to use bathrooms of their “biological identity.”

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