Their comments come after the justices appeared closely-divided during oral arguments Wednesday.
The mainstream media will not give heavy airtime to the 47th annual March for Life in Washington D.C. because they are "afraid of the truth" about hundreds of thousands of Americans' pro-life beliefs, U.S. Senate candidate for New Mexico Elisa Martinez...
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday that he had never seen U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts admonish litigators the way had admonished House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y. and members of President Trump'...
Three years into President Trump’s term, the Senate has confirmed 192 Trump-appointed federal judges. But what does that mean for the country's judicial system?
The Supreme Court on Tuesday paved the way for a case filed by victims of the Flint, Mich., water crisis to advance, rejecting an appeal from city officials who argued they were protected under "qualified immunity” from being sued after at least 12 die...
The Supreme Court Tuesday denied a motion from a coalition of Democrat-led states asking the justices to speed up the review of a federal appeals court decision that put the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in doubt.
Chief Justice John Roberts has his hands full Tuesday, with the Supreme Court hearing oral arguments in two cases in the morning, before he heads over to the Senate to preside over President Trump's impeachment trial in the afternoon.
With the impeachment trial against President Trump looming in the Senate, lawmakers and politicians on both sides of the aisle are calling for managers to follow the Constitution and keep to a fair and balanced approach.
The Supreme Court said Friday it will hear a case over whether presidential electors have to vote in accordance with their states’ popular vote in the Electoral College.
The Supreme Court took strong issue Tuesday at the federal government's prosecution of two New Jersey officials convicted of fraud in the 2013 "Bridgegate" scandal, where traffic gridlock was tied to political payback.
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal by three women arrested for violating a local New Hampshire ordinance by exposing their breasts in public as part of the so-called "Free the Nipple" movement.
President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani sounded off about the president’s impeachment Thursday, repeatedly calling on the Supreme Court to step in and declare it “unconstitutional.”
He’s facing the strongest headwinds of his Majority Leadership career: an alleged “conservative” justice and self-centered shenanigans from fellow GOP senators, each seemingly ripe for bullying by the liberal media.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg confirmed that she is “cancer free” after beating the disease for the fourth time after undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer last summer.
Former George W. Bush speechwriter Marc Thiessen told Fox News Wednesday that a number of prominent cases set to come before the Supreme Court in 2020 will help President Trump's reelection chances.
Just hours after Democrats launched their impeachment inquiry into President Trump in September, Chief Justice John Roberts seemed to warn his fellow justices-- and the nation at large-- of a partisan storm headed the third branch's way.
Saying "public confidence in the judiciary" was at stake, Chief Justice John Roberts on Tuesday urged Americans to become more engaged in learning about the role of courts in promoting democracy.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said he is open to nominating former President Barack Obama to the Supreme Court, according to reports.
CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin was mocked Friday after an outlandish prediction he made 18 months ago -- that conservatives on the U.S. Supreme Court would outlaw abortions in 20 states by now -- has failed to come true.
While Congress wastes time on impeachment, federal court cases are pushing ObamaCare closer than ever to collapse.