Possible Trump Court Nominee Mocked Him On TwitterAn avid Twitter user, Donald Trump has attracted more than his fair share of trolls. Now, he may be ready to name one of them, Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett, to the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Avoids Ruling In Birth Control DisputeThe Supreme Court failed to resolve a knotty dispute between faith-based groups and the Obama administration over birth control on Monday. The justices asked lower courts to take another look at the issue in a search for a compromise.
Supreme Court Rejects Challenge To Google's Online LibraryThe Supreme Court turned away a challenge Monday to Google's online book library from authors who complained that the project makes it harder for them to market their work.
Obama's Power Over Immigration Drives Supreme Court DisputeThe raging political fight over immigration comes to the Supreme Court on Monday in a dispute that could affect millions of people who are in the United States illegally.
Supreme Court Deadlock Upholds Win For Unions In Fee CaseA tie vote from the Supreme Court means public sector unions in about half the states can continue collecting fees from workers who choose not to join.
Supreme Court Weighs Constitutional Claim In Sentencing DelayThe Supreme Court is considering whether a delay in imposing a prison sentence violates the Constitution's right to a speedy trial.
Condemned Fort Worth Man Loses High Court AppealThe U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to review an appeal from a Fort Worth man who is on death row for smothering an 89-year-old man 12 years ago and robbing him of some $6,000.
Obama Texas Op-Ed: GOP Could Break Judicial NominationsIn a Texas newspaper, President Barack Obama says Republicans' refusal to consider his Supreme Court nominee will threaten the integrity of the justice system and prove that the judicial nomination process is "beyond repair."
President Obama's Health Law Birth Control Plan Returns To Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court is taking up a challenge from faith-based groups that object to an Obama administration effort to ensure their employees and students can get cost-free birth control.
What Nomination? Business As Usual At Supreme CourtIt's business as usual at the Supreme Court this week, no matter that confirmation politics is on everyone's mind in Washington. The justices are entering their second month of life without longtime Justice Antonin Scalia.
Senate GOP Leader: No Lame-Duck Hearing Of President's Supreme Court PickThe leader of the Republican-controlled Senate is ruling out the idea of considering President Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee after the November election -- as one GOP colleague has suggested.
President's Supreme Court Pick Begins Meetings With SenatorsBut even before Garland visited the Capitol, Republican leaders made it clear that they won't budge from their refusal to consider a replacement for Antonin Scalia until the next president takes office in January.