Supreme Court Declines To Decide Fate Of 'Dreamers' Just YetThe Supreme Court on Monday rejected the Trump administration's bid to bypass a federal appeals court and get the justices to intervene in the fate of a program that protects young immigrants from deportation.
High Court Asked To Iron Out Polling Place Clothing DisputeIn a case that could affect other states, later this month the U.S. Supreme Court will consider a challenge to a Minnesota law barring voters from wearing political items to the polls.
High Court Rejects Texas Democrats' Gerrymandering ComplaintThe U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal from the Texas Democratic Party charging that the Republican-controlled Legislature illegally gerrymandered the state's electoral maps.
Supreme Court Allows Full Enforcement Of Trump Travel BanThe justices, with two dissenting votes, said Monday that the policy can take full effect even as legal challenges against it make their way through the courts.
Supreme Court: Texas Ruling Not Requiring Gay Spouse Benefits StandsMonday's U.S. Supreme Court decision to reject Houston's appeal of the Texas court decision came without dissent or comment.
Supreme Court Won't Take Texas Case Over Student-Led PrayerThe Supreme Court is leaving in place a court ruling that a North Texas school board can open its meetings with student-led public prayers.
Supreme Court To Make Legal Filings Available OnlineThe Supreme Court is making new legal filings available online starting Monday, years behind the rest of the federal court system.
Mexican Citizen Executed In Texas For Cousin's 1997 MurderA Mexican citizen on death row in Texas was executed Wednesday night for the slaying of his 16-year-old cousin who was abducted from her family's apartment and fatally beaten.
Lawyers Want Supreme Court To Block Texas From Executing Convicted MurdererAttorneys for an inmate convicted in a prison guard's death are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to halt his scheduled execution.
Man Convicted In Texas Prison Guard's Death To Be ExecutedRobert Pruett was already serving 99 years for a neighbor's killing when he was convicted in the death of a prison guard who was stabbed in an attack that prosecutors say stemmed from a dispute over a peanut butter sandwich.
Judge Halts Texas' Newest Anti-Abortion LawA federal judge has blocked Texas from enforcing new anti-abortion measures.
Coalition Of States Files Brief In Ten Commandments Case A coalition of nearly two dozen states led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is stepping into a dispute in northwestern New Mexico over a Ten Commandments monument.

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