BY: DEVIN DWYER, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump's sweeping order to exclude undocumented immigrants "to the maximum extent feasible" from the 2020 census faced skepticism Monday from a majority on... Read More.
By KIARA BRANTLEY-JONES, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Current and former Supreme Court justices are offering their condolences in the wake of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on... Read More.
By DEVIN DWYER, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Raising the potential of “chaos” in coming presidential elections, the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday signaled support for several states’ efforts to crack down on rogue... Read More.
By DEVIN DWYER, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- A divided Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with the legality of sweeping congressional subpoenas for President Trump’s personal financial records, raising concerns about potential for "presidential... Read More.
By DEVIN DWYER, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Supreme Court for the first time Monday allowed millions of Americans to listen live to its proceedings as the nine justices convened to hear... Read More.
By DEVIN DWYER, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday will embark on an extraordinary experiment in judicial transparency, livestreaming its first-ever telephonic oral argument, a high-stakes endeavor prompted by... Read More.
By DEVIN DWYER, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Supreme Court doesn't want its first-ever livestreamed oral arguments by teleconference to be a messy free-for-all.The public will have a chance to listen in... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday took the extraordinary step of postponing oral arguments for more than a dozen cases, including three that involve subpoenas for President Trump's financial records,... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump on Tuesday demanded that two sitting U.S. Supreme Court justices recuse themselves from all Trump-related matters, insisting without evidence that they have treated him unfairly.“While ‘elections have... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Choosing to keep the courts out of the politics of gerrymandering, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority on Thursday said there is no manageable standard for judging when partisanship goes too... Read More.