Legal Experts To Weigh In On Last Day Of Judge Jackson Hearings
The American Bar Association, which evaluates judicial nominees, last week gave Judge Jackson its highest rating, unanimously "well qualified."
Sandra Day O'Connor, first woman on Supreme Court, dies at 93
A statement from the Supreme Court says O'Connor was suffering from "advanced dementia, probably Alzheimer's, and a respiratory illness."
Breaking down the new Supreme Court ethics code
The debate over the Supreme Court's recent ethics code centers on what it includes, excludes, and the motivations behind these decisions.
Supreme Court won't allow Florida to enforce drag ban while on appeal
The justices refused to narrow a lower-court order that has prohibited the law from being enforced statewide.
What's the debate over making school buses cleaner?
25 million U.S. students use diesel-powered school buses daily, prompting debates on cleaner alternatives.
Is the Voting Rights Act at risk?
A federal appeals court is challenging Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act in a battle that's likely to make its way to the Supreme Court.
How airlines prepared for holiday season after last year's meltdown
The first holiday of the winter travel season came and went with minimal effects compared to last year.