25 min ago | Silicon Alley Insider
A lot of gay rights activists have predicted the Supreme Court will overturn the Defense of Marriage Act, which deprives gay couples of federal benefits associated with marriage.
1 hr ago | The Miami Herald
The Supreme Court is on the verge of finishing its October 2012 term, with the most anticipated decisions yet to come.
7 hrs ago | National Journal
In January, the Supreme Court heard the case of an Alabama county that wanted to change the venerable 1965 Voting Rights Act.
11 hrs ago | The Montgomery Advertiser
People have struggled to define the concept, most notably Supreme Court Justice-to-be Louis Brandeis and Boston attorney Samuel Warren who, in an 1890 Harvard Law Review article, called it simply "the right to be let alone."
Many supporters of gay rights, including President Obama , believe that sexual orientation should be treated as a "suspect classification" -- that is, when a government policy makes classifications on the basis of sexual orientation, courts should view those policies with suspicion.
Drugmakers can be sued for paying rivals to delay low-cost versions of popular medicines, the U.S. Supreme Court said in a decision that rewrites the rules governing the release of generic drugs.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that Arizona cannot require voters to document their citizenship before allowing them to cast ballots in federal elections.
The Supreme Court says lawyers may not obtain personal information from state driver license records to recruit clients for lawsuits.
In a 5-4 decision the Supreme Court ruled today that a potential defendant's silence can be used against him if he is being interviewed by police but is not arrested and has not verbally invoked the protection of the Fifth Amendment.
As much of the political world breathlessly awaits decisions on cases involving marriage equality, affirmative action, and the Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court delivered a decision on an Arizona law that required voters to submit proof of citizenship in order to register to vote.
Conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas sided with liberal justices Monday to rule that judges can't issue findings that raise mandatory minimum sentences.
Profit-sharing deals between brand-name and generic drug companies that preserve patents and prevent competition can be challenged as anti-competitive, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
A year ago it was health care. Now the U.S. Supreme Court is poised to rewrite the nation's civil rights rules.
In 2011, citing Fourth Amendment concerns, the Georgia legislature gutted a Senate bill that would have allowed collection of DNA evidence upon arrest for those charged with felonies.
Rick Sutton and Micah Clark have opposite views on whether gays and lesbians should be allowed to marry.
Supreme Court watchers have long made a national sport out of parsing Justice Anthony Kennedy's every word.