International observers were quick to endorse the results of last month's presidential election. Now they're facing uncomfortable questions.
The country’s highest court has a strategy for combatting the craziness in Washington: stop focusing on the President.
But the administration may yet go to the mat to defend the original executive order.
Justice Neil Gorsuch is wary of executive action, and rarely believes in bending founding fathers’ interpretation of the constitution.
Supreme Court rally underscores Democrats’ weak hand.
The country's top court declined to revisit a law that targets gay sex — the latest setback for the subcontinent’s LGBT community and its struggle for equality.
The decision seemed particularly unusual in contrast to the U.S. criminal justice system’s response to crimes of necessity.
Victims of Iran-backed terrorism can now collect $2 billion from its central bank.
The Supreme Court seems primed to strike down Obama's executive action on immigration.
Republicans have expressed support for Merrick Garland, Obama's Supreme Court pick, in the past. Will they give him a vote?
The GOP is formally launching a campaign to prevent an Obama Supreme Court appointment before a nominee has even been named.
The Supreme Court justice's death will likely not change outcomes on an immigration case to be heard this spring.