Supreme Court

The senator backed the appointment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who wondered if the court should be neutral on abortion rights.
The Women’s Health Protection Act would outlaw hundreds of state anti-abortion laws — but passing it would likely require eliminating the Senate filibuster.
"My religious identity and commitment to reproductive autonomy are deeply intertwined."
The justices appeared primed to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor warned that the Supreme Court won't survive the "stench" of partisanship in the Mississippi abortion case.
Prosecutors are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to review Bill Cosby’s sexual assault case and restore his conviction.
For years, anti-choice activists and politicians have attacked reproductive rights in Mississippi. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health is the endgame.
The state's GOP-controlled legislature claims Democratic leaders are failing to adequately defend the law, so they want to do so themselves.
The court overruled a voter-passed amendment to the state constitution that would have legalized recreational marijuana use.
The plaintiff on the MyPillow magnate's Supreme Court complaint was listed as "[Insert your state]."
Henry Montgomery was convicted in the 1963 killing of a Louisiana sheriff at age 17.
HuffPost spoke with Dr. Diana Greene Foster about the far-reaching implications of being denied abortion care, ahead of the upcoming Supreme Court case that threatens to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The Senate minority leader failed to mention his years-long campaign to strong-arm the nation's judiciary to the right.
Oklahoma was planning to use the millions from the earlier Johnson & Johnson ruling to combat the opioid crisis.
This is the second case the court has heard involving the state secrets privilege since beginning its new term in October.
Next week, the justices will consider whether the government can hide behind a "state secrets" defense when asked to answer for its post-9/11 spying.
The judge's decision leaves just one Black juror and 11 white jurors in the murder trial over Ahmaud Arbery's death.
The decision could pave the way for relaxed gun laws in densely populated cities across the country.
The case centers on New York’s restrictive gun permit law and whether limits the state has placed on carrying a gun in public violate the Second Amendment.
The ruling will allow patient Evan Minton's discrimination lawsuit against California's Mercy San Juan Medical Center to proceed.