President Donald Trump is relying on an outlier interpretation of a recent Supreme Court decision to assert broad new powers as he prepares to sign a series of executive orders in the coming weeks.
A divided Supreme Court on Monday allowed the Trump administration to put in place new rules that could jeopardize permanent resident status for immigrants who use food stamps, Medicaid and housing vouchers.
Commentators have focused on Kavanaugh’s decision in Apple Inc. v. Pepper where he sided with Justices Ginsburg, Breyer, Sotomayor and Kagan.
Maryland Peace Cross: Seven justices agreed that the WWI memorial monument should remain in place. However, the seven disagreed on why it should remain.
On March 19, the U.S. Supreme Court endorsed the government’s authority to detain immigrants awaiting deportation after they have completed prison terms.
The Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Twenty-first Amendment potentially affects hundreds of state laws that regulate the intrastate sale and distribution of alcohol.
Kavanaugh hearing: Whatever happens, the fundamental principles of “innocent until proven guilty” and the “burden of proof” have been substantially damaged.
A hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh devolved into a partisan fistfight as Democrats and Republicans sparred over explosive allegations.
The Supreme Court has almost certainly decided what to do about President Donald Trump's travel ban affecting citizens of six mostly Muslim countries.