The U.S. Supreme Court dropped a scheduled securities-fraud clash after the two sides told the justices they are near a settlement.
The U.S. Supreme Court may drop a scheduled securities-fraud clash after the two sides told the justices they are near a settlement.
The U.S. Supreme Court accepted a case that could roil the credit-card business, agreeing Monday to consider reviving government allegations that American Express Co. thwarts competition by prohibiting merchants from steering customers to cards with lower fees.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide whether law enforcement officials conducting a criminal investigation can demand data held overseas by Microsoft Corp. and other technology companies in a high-stakes clash over digital privacy.
U.S. Supreme Court justices suggested they may bar victims of overseas atrocities from using a centuries-old law to sue corporations for complicity, as the court weighed a case stemming from Middle Eastern terrorism.
The U.S. Supreme Court dropped one of two cases over President Donald Trump’s travel ban, suggesting it will sidestep a constitutional showdown and let lower courts take the first look at the latest version of the policy.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to curb the power of the military commissions set up after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, leaving intact a ruling that lets the tribunals handle cases that don’t involve violations of international law. The justices, without comment, rejected an appeal by Ali Hamza Ahmad Suliman al Bahlul, once the public relations manager for Osama bin Laden and creator of an al-Qaeda recruitment video. Bahlul was seeking to overturn his conviction for conspiracy to commit war c
The Supreme Court asked the Trump administration for advice on a consumer lawsuit that accuses Apple Inc. of trying to monopolize the market for iPhone apps so it can charge excessive commissions.
President Donald Trump’s administration told the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday it should dismiss its pending case over the president’s travel ban, an action that would let lower courts take the first look at the most recent version.
In an unusual letter to the U.S. Supreme Court, the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel said he gave a series of inaccurate answers during a high-profile argument Monday on the rights of workers to file class-action lawsuits.
Opponents of partisan gerrymandering got a mixed reception as they urged the U.S. Supreme Court to rule for the first time that voting maps can be so one-sided they violate the Constitution.
The first Supreme Court argument of the new term suggested the justices are divided over the power of employers to block class-action lawsuits by workers and channel disputes into arbitration.
The U.S. Supreme Court turned away an appeal that sought to force Coca-Cola Co. and other companies to equip vending machines for use by blind people.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to revive a trademark suit against a company that sells tote bags featuring cartoon images of Louis Vuitton’s iconic luxury goods.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal from embattled internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom, leaving intact an order that lets the federal government seize $40 million from accounts in Hong Kong and New Zealand.
The U.S. Supreme Court opens its new term Monday with a reinforced conservative wing and a case that could give employers a powerful new tool to prevent their workers from filing class-action lawsuits.
In a speech at a controversial venue, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch did his best to avoid controversy.
AT&T Inc. and other broadband providers asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the Obama-era "net neutrality" rule barring internet service providers from slowing or blocking rivals’ content.
The U.S. Supreme Court said it will try for a second time to decide whether 5 million government workers can refuse to pay union fees, accepting a case that could deal a major blow to the labor movement’s finances and clout.
Justice Neil Gorsuch’s first full term on the U.S. Supreme Court promises to show just how much was at stake with his appointment.
Republicans won less than half the vote for the Wisconsin state Assembly in 2012 -- but they still got more than 60 percent of the seats.
The U.S. Supreme Court removed a scheduled clash over President Donald Trump’s travel ban from its argument calendar, raising the possibility it will step aside and let a lower court take the first look at a new version of the policy.
President Donald Trump opened himself to what could be a new wave of legal challenges with a revised travel ban that adds three countries to the list of nations facing restrictions on entering the U.S.
President Donald Trump is on the verge of a fresh clash with business leaders and civil-rights advocates as he faces a critical deadline this weekend for continuing his travel ban on six predominantly Muslim countries.
A divided U.S. Supreme Court reinstated disputed congressional and state voting maps in Texas, blocking two lower court rulings that said the Republican-backed district lines were the product of racial discrimination.
The U.S. Supreme Court reinforced President Donald Trump’s travel ban, saying he can bar thousands of refugees from entering the country while the justices prepare to hear a broader challenge to the policy.
A U.S. Supreme Court justice issued a short-term order restoring President Donald Trump’s ban on thousands of refugees seeking entry to the country.
Two conservative Republican House members said they didn’t intend to put their names on a legal filing that urges the U.S. Supreme Court to curb partisan gerrymandering for the first time.
The Trump administration called on the U.S. Supreme Court to let bakers and potentially other wedding vendors to refuse on free-speech grounds to provide services for same-sex ceremonies.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito temporarily blocked a lower court’s decision that two Texas congressional voting districts were the product of racial discrimination and needed to be drawn.
President Donald Trump’s administration took the dispute over his temporary travel ban to the Supreme Court again, asking the justices to let the government bar entry into the U.S. by people with grandparents and cousins in the country.
The U.S. Supreme Court is ready to get back to normal. And that means Justice Anthony Kennedy is still in charge.
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider reinstating a New Jersey law that would legalize sports gambling at casinos and racetracks, agreeing to hear an appeal from Governor Chris Christie in a new test of states’ rights.
Justice Neil Gorsuch didn’t wait long to assert his place on the far right of the U.S. Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court said it will hear another argument on the constitutionality of a provision in federal immigration law used to deport foreigners convicted of serious crimes.
The U.S. Supreme Court said it will hear a second argument on the rights of people being detained during deportation proceedings, suggesting a 4-4 deadlock that will be broken by the newest justice, Neil Gorsuch.
The U.S. Supreme Court cleared much of President Donald Trump’s travel ban to take effect this week and agreed to hear arguments in the fall, giving the president at least partial vindication for his claims of sweeping power over the nation’s borders.
The U.S. Supreme Court fortified the legal rights of churches, ruling that Missouri officials violated the Constitution by excluding a religious preschool and daycare center from a program that pays for new playground surfaces.
The U.S. Supreme Court tightened the deadlines for some securities-fraud suits, throwing out an investor lawsuit in a case stemming from Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s 2008 collapse.
A divided U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed its support for gay marriage, saying Arkansas was violating the Constitution by making it harder for the female spouses of new mothers to get their name on birth certificates than male spouses.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to consider the reach of an anti-retaliation provision in the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial law in a case that could insulate publicly traded companies from some whistle-blower lawsuits.
The U.S. Supreme Court asked the Trump administration for its views on a ruling that forces Arizona to give driver’s licenses to some people in the country illegally.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to consider loosening restrictions on carrying firearms in public, rejecting an appeal by California gun-rights advocates and continuing to steer clear of one of the nation’s most polarizing issues.
The U.S. Supreme Court stepped into a clash that pits gay rights against religious freedoms, agreeing to hear arguments from a Colorado baker who says he shouldn’t have to make cakes for same-sex weddings.
The Supreme Court will issue the last opinions of its nine-month term on Monday, Chief Justice John Roberts said.
The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow to property-rights advocates Friday, ruling that regulators didn’t violate the Constitution when they refused to allow separate houses on adjoining riverfront lots owned by four siblings.
The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to act on President Donald Trump’s bid to reinstate his travel ban, which would suspend entry from six mostly Muslim countries for 90 days.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has hired longtime friend Charles Cooper to be his personal lawyer amid an expanding investigation by the special counsel overseeing the probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Former high-ranking U.S. law enforcement officials don’t have to defend against a lawsuit by foreigners who were detained for months after the Sept. 11 attacks, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled.
The U.S. Supreme Court gave companies a new tool to defeat some legal claims, siding with Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. in a bid to limit a consumer lawsuit in California over its Plavix blood thinner.
The U.S. Supreme Court threw out a North Carolina law that barred registered sex offenders from using social media sites including Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
The U.S. Supreme Court said the federal government can’t constitutionally withhold legal protections for trademarks seen as disparaging, throwing out a 70-year-old provision as a free-speech violation.
The U.S. Supreme Court left intact a ruling that protects Chevron Corp. from having to pay $8.6 billion in a decades-long battle over oil pollution in Ecuador, rebuffing an American lawyer who was found to have committed fraud in the South American country’s court.
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether judges can throw out legislative maps for being so partisan they violate the Constitution, taking up a case that could put a powerful new check on gerrymandering.
President Donald Trump paid his first official visit to the U.S. Supreme Court, just as the justices are considering what to do with his embattled travel ban.
President Donald Trump revised his embattled travel ban to address arguments being made at the U.S. Supreme Court that it would expire Wednesday under its original wording.
The U.S. Supreme Court laid out a new briefing schedule that would let it decide by the end of the month whether President Donald Trump’s travel ban can take effect immediately.
The U.S. Supreme Court decided that federal citizenship rules violate the Constitution by making it harder for some foreign-born children of American men to become citizens than children born abroad to American women.