Two female lawyers argued their cases before the three women and five men on the bench.
Six noncitizen Muslims sued the Bush administration official over their post-9/11 detention.
Confidential deliberations at issue in Colorado case involving juror talking about a defendant’s being Mexican.
Apple argued it deserves all profits from designs its says Samsung infringed upon.
Both of the cases will probably result in narrow procedural rulings.
A Puerto Rican lawmaker and a businessman argued that they can’t be retried for bribery.
The justices rejected to reconsider Obama’s plan to shield the undocumented from deportation.
The eight justices have assembled a docket of more-modest cases than in recent years.
The justices will consider whether a U.S. law barring registration of “disparaging” names violates free speech.
Ohio’s Republican legislature eliminated the period known as “Golden Week,” and the justices left intact a decision by a federal appeals court upholding that move.
The ruling against Kansas, Alabama and Georgia overturned a lower court’s approval of the law.
Lower courts had ruled that the bill would discriminate against African American voters.
“The president is elected for four years not three years, so the power he has in year three continues into year four.”
Two of their top targets, Texas and North Carolina, won’t be able to implement their strict ID laws in the fall.
Sotomayor and Kagan reflect on how the justices are similar, and different.