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The Supreme Court’s much-awaited gerrymandering decisions were released on Monday, and they landed with a resounding meh. The court declined to touch the merits of the two cases under consideration and instead rejected them for procedural reasons.

In a 7-2 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a Minnesota law banning “political” apparel when going to vote violates the First Amendment’s right to free speech. In delivering the opinion of the court, Chief Justice...

A South Dakota man sentenced to death in 1993 by a jury that fretted a life sentence would only gratify his homosexuality hopes the Supreme Court will spare him. The jury’s ugly prejudices were clear to the original sentencing court at the time...

The Supreme Court is an openly — even proudly — technophobic institution. Cameras are forbidden, which means there are no images or videos from high-profile cases, and briefs and other legal filings only recently became available at the c...

With the Supreme Court’s landmark gambling decision this week, many more Americans might soon be able to place a legal wager on their favorite sport. So what kind of money are we talking about? The U.S. casino industry says Americans illegally bet...

Last Friday, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) gave both middle fingers to the Supreme Court of the United States. A new law, signed by Reynolds, effectively bans abortions around the sixth week of pregnancy — before many people are even aware that th...

Judge James Ho has been a federal judge for only a few months. Until Wednesday, he had never handed down a judicial opinion in his life. But the Trump appointee’s very first opinion, a dissent calling for a sweeping assault on campaign contribu...