(Monica Akhtar/The Washington Post)
National
Supreme Court rules that states may require online retailers to collect sales taxes
In a 5-to-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled June 21 that states may require online retailers to collect billions of dollars of sales tax revenue owed to them.
Read More
Up next in Supreme Court
promo
1:58
Supreme Court rules that states may require online retailers to collect sales taxes
promo
2:30
Democrats' fractured arguments against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
promo
1:12
Brett Kavanaugh keeps showing up everywhere in Washington, D.C.
promo
1:50
The winding tale of Justice Kennedy and President Trump | Fact Checker
promo
2:11
Democrats hone in on health-care concerns with Kavanaugh
promo
3:48
What to expect from Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation battle
promo
2:03
GOP senators react to Trump's Supreme Court nomination
promo
2:02
‘Judge Kavanaugh is your worst nightmare’: Democrats resist Trump’s nominee
promo
3:45
Senate rules exist for nominees. Except when they don't.
promo
2:06
Kristen Waggoner has become the voice for the Christian right
promo
1:45
What you need to know about Amy Coney Barrett
promo
2:27
Blocking Supreme Court nominees is not just a Republican idea | Fact Checker
promo
3:35
What Justice Kennedy's retirement means for the Supreme Court
promo
2:12
Karen Korematsu reacts to SCOTUS decision: 'They traded one injustice for another'
promo
1:59
Supreme Court upholds Ohio’s way of removing infrequent voters from rolls
promo
2:22
The Supreme Court's big decision on arbitration, explained
promo
1:30
Supreme Court weighs key challenge to Maryland voting map
promo
1:22
Supreme Court case pits gay rights versus Christian faith
promo
2:18
Baker, same-sex couple address public outside Supreme Court
promo
5:21
One woman's journey to Supreme Court clerkship
promo
1:29
Supreme Court rules in favor of anti-gay Colorado baker