The high court on Monday heard arguments in two cases pertaining to state laws limiting content moderation on social media.
Does the Supreme Court only handle constitutional questions?  A.  The United States Supreme Court was created in ...
On Monday, it was the Supreme Court's turn to grapple with the 'Toobz's place in our daily lives. At issue were two laws, one ...
United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Alito at the Supreme Court on October 7, 2022 in Washington, D.C. A ...
The Supreme Court will decide if the First Amendment blocks a pair Florida and Texas social media laws tackling conservatives ...
The Supreme Court on Monday was wrestling with that question in a pair of cases being called the most important tests of the ...
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a case on whether states can ticket drivers for honking a horn after a ...
Devine, a former anti-abortion activist, faces a heated primary challenge that has focused on questions about his ethics.
The supreme court is looking at two landmark social media cases that could reshape how Americans interact online.
Washington, D.C. — In April 2024, the U.S. Supreme Court will review Idaho v. United States, a case that will determine whether medical providers can continue providing abortions to pregnant women ...
Former President Donald Trump has requested a stay of the appeals court ... states could use an obscure constitutional provision to remove Trump from their ballots. Jan Crawford explains. The ...
Ohio, Indiana and West Virginia want to pause a plan to reduce more of the smog-forming pollutants that drift into other ...