Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Released From Hospital
Justice Thomas, a conservative and appointee of former President George H.W. Bush, has been on the court since 1991.
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.
Supreme Court to adopt code of ethics for first time
The code would improve transparency around gifts received by justices and set up a process to investigate and enforce violations.
Trial begins for paramedics who used ketamine on Elijah McClain
Jeremy Cooper and Pete Cichuniec pleaded not guilty to criminally negligent homicide, manslaughter and assault in connection with McClain's death.
Paul Whelan reportedly assaulted by prisoner in Russian work camp
The former Marine was sentenced to 16 years in prison by a Moscow court in 2020 for espionage — charges Whelan and the White House deny.
Users report error when trying to see Spotify's 2023 Wrapped page
For those who were able to access their Wrapped page, many likely saw that Taylor Swift was their most-streamed artist this year.