The Supreme Court said Tuesday the president's third travel ban is constitutional. The decision is a vindication after the president had three versions of his ban blocked by lower courts. The 5-4 vote fell along partisan lines, further cementing the impact of Trump-appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch. Muslims gathering outside the nation's highest court say they worry what the future will look like for Muslims both in the U.S. and around the world.
Some American Muslims Worry SCOTUS Ruling Sanctions Discrimination
The Supreme Court upheld the president's travel ban Tuesday, allowing enforcement of a policy some say is discriminatory.
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.
FDA warns about compounded versions of popular weight loss drugs
Federal health officials say some medications being sold may not contain the same active ingredient as FDA-approved semaglutide products.
Forecasters working to reduce unnecessary hurricane evacuations
Atlantic hurricane season begins Thursday with more people than ever living in hurricane-prone Florida.
Judge bans ChatGPT from courtroom after lawyer's mishap
The attorney used ChatGPT to "supplement" his legal briefing, but the popular AI tool provided him with several cases that were completely made up.