The Justice Department announced July 2 it would no longer plan to add the citizenship question to the 2020 census in response to the Supreme Court's recent decision and amid pressing deadlines to begin printing ...
The Supreme Court, citing racial bias in the prosecutor's jury selection, overturned the death sentence of a Mississippi African American man who had been tried six times for a quadruple murder charge.
In a 7-2 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of preserving a historic cross-shaped memorial in Bladensburg, Maryland saying the cross did not endorse religion.
The abortion movement is repeating history and becoming a eugenic cause, targeting race, gender, disabilities
Although the Supreme Court justices chose not to take up two petitions for review submitted by death-row inmates from Alabama and Tennessee May 13, they didn't do so with a simple one-sentence rejection. Instead, they ...
In late April, the Supreme Court accepted three cases to discuss LGBTQ employment rights
In two recent actions, the U.S. Supreme Court revealed its death penalty decisions are hardly cut and dried.