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.
Supreme Court denies challenge to keep Trump off 2024 ballot
The challenge cited a Civil War-era Constitutional clause that prohibits anyone who has "engaged in insurrection or rebellion" from holding office.
Supreme Court returns to the bench for first time since June
With the new term, justices will weigh in on things like gun rights, voting, and the power of social media.
Supreme Court starts new term: Voting, guns, social media on docket
The new term aligns with ethics concerns at the High Court, with allegations against some justices for accepting costly gifts from political donors.
A look at Kevin McCarthy's course, from state rep to House Speaker
Kevin McCarthy has had his eyes on the role of Speaker of the House since at least 2015. Now he's been removed from the post after 269 days.
Baltimore police report at least 4 shot near Morgan State University
Police told Morgan State University to shelter as they responded to an active shooter in the area. Multiple people were reportedly shot around 9 p.m.
White House pushes for even more Ukraine aid amid House turmoil
President Biden held a call Tuesday morning with nearly a dozen leaders of allies and partners to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to Ukraine.