Supreme Court

"I’m not going to dignify that with a response," McConnell told reporters Tuesday when asked about the upside-down flag at a Supreme Court justice's house.
"The fact of such a political statement at your home creates, at minimum, the appearance of improper political bias," the members of Congress wrote.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, chided Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito to "think it through."
The Democratic House minority leader said the Supreme Court justice should apologize for displaying a symbol associated with the "Stop The Steal" movement at his home.
“The Court is in an ethical crisis of its own making," Durbin said in response to an upside-down U.S. flag that flew at the home of Supreme Court Justice Alito.
The Supreme Court justice said the upside-down American flag was his wife's doing.
The justices did not buy the industry’s argument that the consumer financial regulator’s funding mechanism was unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court has ordered Louisiana to hold congressional elections using a House map with a second mostly Black district, despite a lower-court ruling that called the map an illegal racial gerrymander.
Thomas spoke at a conference attended by judges, attorneys and court personnel in the 11th Circuit Judicial Conference, which hears federal cases from Alabama, Florida and Georgia.