The first full day of questions became a grueling marathon of debate around Supreme Court nominee Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson.
Facing senators' questions for the first time, Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson forcefully defended her record as a federal judge Tuesday.
Justice Clarence Thomas remains hospitalized after being diagnosed with an infection but does not have COVID-19, the Supreme Court said.
The Supreme Court says it won't review the case of a Seattle-based Christian organization that was sued after declining to hire a bisexual lawyer who applied for a job.
Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson pledged to decide cases “without fear or favor” if the Senate confirms her historic nomination.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced without comment that it would not review Bill Cosby's sexual assault case, leaving him a free man.
The Supreme Court has reinstated the death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
The Senate Judiciary Committee said confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson will begin later in March.
Attorneys for convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide how to handle disagreements over mental illness-related evidence between capital defendants and their attorneys.
The Supreme Court appeared ready to side with two imprisoned doctors who wrote thousands of prescriptions for pain medication in short periods.
A look back at Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's decisions in cases involving business and labor suggest that she won’t always rule as they want or expect her to.
Welcome to Monday, the 89th anniversary of Franklin Roosevelt’s appointment of Frances Perkins to be secretary of labor, the first woman to serve in a U.S. president’s cabinet. Here are some other news items: — Florida prosecutor faces former courtroom opponent in bid for re-election. — This senator turned down two chances to serve on […]