What's Next: Jackson To Join More Diverse And Conservative High Court
Justice Breyer said he would retire once his successor had been confirmed, but not before the end of the term.
High Court rules against artist Andy Warhol in dispute on Prince image
It was a long-time copyright dispute over an image used by Andy Warhol of musician Prince. Justices ruled Warhol infringed.
Supreme Court: Social media outlets not liable in terrorist killing
The Supreme Court ruled that three of the largest social media outlets were not liable for "aiding and abetting" ISIS in a 2017 terrorist attack.
Supreme Court to issue opinions on race, student loans and more soon
May and June are when justices typically issue some of the most consequential rulings in the U.S.
California man wins $1 million during gas station coffee run
His gut told him to buy a $10 scratch-off ticket.
Debt ceiling: What's in, what's out of the deal to avert US default
After an agreement in principle was reached, negotiators are racing to finalize the bill’s text.
Will counter-offensive end Ukraine's stalemate with Russia?
The war in Ukraine has devolved into a stalemate, but with the promise of more sophisticated weapons, will Ukraine have what it takes to win the war?