Most European abortion laws limit abortion earlier than the Mississippi law at the heart of an upcoming Supreme Court case, a study released Tuesday found
NBC's Pete Williams reports as the state of Mississippi has asked the Supreme Court to hear their challenge to Roe v. Wade over their state law on abortion access.
The Missouri Supreme Court has vacated a lower court’s decision in the state’s Medicaid expansion case, agreeing that the voter-approved plan to offer Medicaid to more people should stand.
The Supreme Court never heard about any "cause" or "evidence," but simply declined to hear the challenges brought by Republicans.
President Biden’s Supreme Court commission heard Tuesday from a group of lawyers who practice before the justices and who did not have a favorable response to progressive proposals to pack the court. Maureen Mahoney, co-chair of the Supreme Court Practitioners’ Committee, told the panel in its third public meeting they oppose moves to enlarge the court.
The hosts of "The Five" sounded off on Monday after several Democrats continued to ignore or violate COVID-19 restrictions, some of which they themselves mandated.
The Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court met on July 20 for its second public meeting, hearing from 27 witnesses about everything from the court’s
Constitutional amendments gave women the right to vote and limited presidents to two terms in office. Now we need a constitutional amendment to preserve the independence of the Supreme Court.
Many court watchers are still paying attention only to how liberal or conservative the justices are. But there’s another factor at work.
Last summer, I wrote, “The Supreme Court has never been more protective of religious freedom in its history.” This term, the court’s “pro-religion” streak has continued — and then some.
Anthony Fauci said recently on PBS that “we will try anything and everything” to get people vaccinated, such as enlisting trusted confidants of the unvaccinated to reason with these people. Interestingly, Fauci does not even go near suggesting actual enforcement of public-health law, the only thing that has ever worked