A new report from ProPublica claims that Thomas has maintained a close relationship with the Koch network and that on at least two occasions, he spoke at fundraising events for the organization.
The military has long maintained that the nation's security depends on having a diverse officer corps that is ready to lead an increasingly diverse fighting force.
The U.S. district judge agreed with nine states suing to stop the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The ruling means the program's fate will likely go to the Supreme Court a third time.
Alabama is once again asking the Supreme Court to let it keep Republican-drawn congressional districts. In essence, the state is fighting a court order that the high court upheld just months ago.
His statement came after Sen. Dick Durbin, the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, wrote to the chief justice, urging that steps be taken to assure that Alito not take part in the tax case.
Younger voters favor Democrats by a wide margin, but the Republican Party is trying to change that with the RNC's new youth advisory council and other efforts to reach young voters where they are.
The amended EPA rule is to comply with a Supreme Court ruling this year that narrowed the scope of the Clean Water Act and the agency's power to regulate waterways and wetlands.
Smith was supposed to be executed in November 2022 by lethal injection, but corrections officers failed to insert an IV properly. The U.S. Supreme Court has authorized nitrogen hypoxia in his case.
As Republicans take the debate stage in Milwaukee, Planned Parenthood is launching ads on social media and streaming services quoting their positions on abortion.
Corporate DEI positions soared after the murder of George Floyd in 2020. Now, due to economic pressure and political pressure from the right, they face an uncertain future.
The conservative justice took at least 38 vacations, 26 private jet flights, eight flights by helicopter, a dozen VIP passes to sporting events and stays at luxury resorts, according to ProPublica.
Gov, Brian Kemp is calling on the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a 1984 ruling that requires federal courts to defer to government agencies’ interpretations of the statutes they enforce.
The U.S. Supreme Court has used an obscure legal idea to justify delaying the redrawing of voting maps, forcing some elections to use voting districts that lower courts found to be illegally drawn.
A judge has refused to dismiss lawsuits alleging Georgia's congressional and legislative districts illegally discriminate against Black voters. U.S. District Judge Steve Jones ruled Monday that he could only decide disputes over the facts of the cases and the credibility of the witnesses after a full trial.
Sen. Tommy Tuberville has been blocking every U.S. military personnel move that needs Senate confirmation since February. Here, a look at why and how he can bend the will of the Senate to his own.