- Supreme Court leans left in term unsettled by Scalia's death Updated: Jun-28-16 2:54 pm
WASHINGTON - Justice Antonin Scalia's sudden death transformed the Supreme Court's term, shifted power to its liberal wing and started a transition that will be greatly affected by who wins the presidency.
- What to know about Supreme Court tossing Texas abortion law Updated: Jun-27-16 12:22 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-3 on Monday that Texas' sweeping anti-abortion law is unconstitutional. Here are details about the ruling and the law, known as HB2:
- Scalia's death, Senate inaction leave Supreme Court in bind Updated: Jun-24-16 3:19 am
WASHINGTON - Justice Antonin Scalia's unexpected death in February and the Senate's refusal to confirm a successor has left the Supreme Court in a bind on several closely divided cases.
- The Latest: Trump commends Supreme Court immigration ruling Updated: Jun-23-16 2:50 pm
WASHINGTON - The Latest on the Supreme Court blocking President Barack Obama's plan to shield millions of immigrants in the U.S. illegally from deportation (all times local):
- High court nixes European suit against R.J. Reynolds Updated: Jun-20-16 2:36 pm
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the European Union can't pursue a federal racketeering lawsuit accusing tobacco giant R.J. Reynolds of taking part in a global money-laundering scheme that sponsored cigarette-smuggling in Europe.
- Justices rap Labor Dept. over change in overtime pay rules Updated: Jun-20-16 1:13 pm
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Labor Department must do a better job of explaining why it is changing a longstanding policy on whether certain workers deserve overtime pay.
- Supreme Court says judges can recall discharged juries Updated: Jun-09-16 12:10 pm
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court said Thursday that judges may - in rare circumstances - call a jury back to the courtroom after it has delivered a verdict and been dismissed.
- Justices find judicial bias in Pennsylvania death row case Updated: Jun-09-16 11:14 am
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a state judge was wrong to participate in the case of a death row inmate whose prosecution he personally approved nearly 30 years earlier.
- High court sides with property owners in wetlands case Updated: May-31-16 3:17 pm
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court is making it easier for landowners to bring a court challenge when federal regulators try to restrict property development due to concerns about water pollution.