Next week, the US Supreme Court will hear a case that pits the Attorneys General of Texas and Florida against a trade group representing some of the biggest social media companies in the world. Today, how we got here, and now the case could upend our online experience.
The U.S. Supreme Court has yet to issue opinions in 27 cases that it heard this term, and has about four weeks left to release them. Here are the major cases NPR is watching.
The transaction is the first known instance of money flowing from Crow to the Supreme Court justice. The sale netted the GOP megadonor two vacant lots and the house where Thomas’ mother was living.
A landmark U.S. Supreme Court case could have significant ripple effects on the government’s ability to protect the nation’s waterways.
An Indiana man's family sued a state-owned nursing home for alleged mistreatment. A U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case could determine the right of many Americans to sue government agencies.
Thursday on Political Rewind: As Pride Month comes to an end, our special panel looks at the state of affairs for LGBTQ+ Georgians. While the legislature is more diverse than ever, issues including hostility to trans athletes and Clarence Thomas' call to reexamine Obergefell (the case that legalized same sex marriage) bring concern.
Companies are increasingly asked to weigh in on social and political issues. Many are now putting benefits packages where their mouths are.
Friday at 2 p.m. on Political Rewind: The team hosted a live panel in reaction to the breaking news of The Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
Senate passed by unanimous consent legislation that would provide round the clock security to Supreme Court justices' families after protests outside some members of the court's homes.
The 5-4 decision of Planned Parenthood v. Casey upheld Roe in 1992 but paved the way for more restrictions on abortion access.
Activist Heather Booth and the Jane Collective provided thousands of women with abortions before Roe v. Wade.
The U.S. Supreme Court is allowing abortion providers to challenge the restrictive Texas abortion law and dismisses a Justice Department case against the law. Here are excerpts from Friday's opinion.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The United States Supreme Court takes up one of its most significant cases in decades today: Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Our panel discussed at the arguments on both sides of the case and take a deep dive into the history of abortion rights before and after Roe v. Wade.
Democrats are unhappy over Barrett's nomination and object to her conservative legal views, but they are unlikely to question her Catholic beliefs.