Supreme Court hears arguments about Biden's student loan forgiveness plan
The Biden administration says 26 million people have applied and 16 million have been approved to have up to $20,000 in federal student loans forgiven.
Student loan forgiveness case to be reviewed by U.S. Supreme Court
The debit forgiveness plan would cancel $10,000 in federal student loan debt for those making less than $125,000 a year.
National groups flooding Wisconsin with cash, targeting votes for Supreme Court race
Several national groups are flooding Wisconsin with cash and targeting votes for April's state Supreme Court race.
Student loan forgiveness plan to go before Supreme Court: The arguments explained
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments over Biden’s student debt relief plan, which impacts millions of borrowers who could see their loans wiped away or reduced.
Supreme Court says it's been unable to find abortion opinion leaker
The Supreme Court said Thursday it has not determined who leaked a draft of the court's opinion overturning abortion rights, but that the investigation continues.
Four candidates vying for spot on Wisconsin's highest court
Four candidates are vying for one spot on Wisconsin's highest court in a race that could impact the ideological makeup of the state's Supreme Court.
Asylum seekers left in limbo as U.S. debates Title 42
The Supreme Court is expected to rule on whether a pandemic policy that's been used to turn back migrants can be extended or allowed to expire. Several border states say they're overwhelmed by the influx of migrants and they warn the situation is about to get worse.
Supreme Court hears free speech, gay rights case
A case tying together civil rights, religion and freedom of speech made its way to the Supreme Court Monday. It involves a web designer who does not want to be forced to create wedding websites for same-sex couples.
Supreme Court justices spar in latest clash of religion and gay rights
The Supreme Court on Monday heard the case of a Christian graphic artist who objects to designing wedding websites for gay couples.
Supreme Court to hear case that could raise price of bacon, other pork products
The case involves California's Prop 12, which says that pork sold in the state needs to come from pigs whose mothers were raised with at least 24 square feet of space.
Duckworth, Salvi square off over abortion rights during candidates' forum
Deep differences on abortion divided Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth and her Republican challenger during a virtual candidates' forum on Tuesday.
Supreme Court welcomes the public again, and new Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson
Monday is the first time new Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, the court’s first Black female justice, will participate in arguments. It's also the first time the public will be able to attend since March 2020.
Supreme Court back in session Monday with new justice and top cases
Already the court has said it will decide cases on a range of major issues including affirmative action, voting rights and the rights of LGBTQ people.
Chief Justice John Roberts defends legitimacy of Supreme Court
Opinion polls have shown a sharp drop in approval of the Supreme Court and trust for the institution.
More 'trigger laws' take effect: 4 more states to ban almost all abortions
To date, 13 states have passed so-called trigger laws that were designed to outlaw most abortions if the Supreme Court threw out the constitutional right to end a pregnancy.
Poll finds 2 in 3 Americans favor term limits for Supreme Court justices
Four new members have joined the Supreme Court court in the last five years, bringing down the average age of the high court’s members. Three justices are in their 60s and the remaining justices are in their 50s.
Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; abortion bans anticipated in several states
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide, letting the states have the final say.
Rep. Jan Schakowsky talks about being arrested at abortions right protest
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) was among several members of Congress arrested outside the Supreme Court during an abortion rights protest.
Lisa Holder White on becoming the first Black woman on the Illinois Supreme Court
Justice Lisa Holder White talks about making history and breaking barriers for Black women in Illinois.
Supreme Court backs coach fired for praying
On Monday, the Supreme Court backed a football coach who was fired after praying on the field right after a football game --- and Americans have mixed reactions on the ruling.