The justices sided with a lower court that ordered a New Mexico city to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the lawn outside City Hall.
But the justices are leaving in place a lower court order that makes it easier for travelers from six mostly Muslim countries to enter the U.S.
EDITORIAL: Where is President Donald Trump’s “urgent” review of vetting procedures for people coming to America from six mostly Muslim countries?
Two or three volunteer lawyers keep showing up at O’Hare daily; immigration attorney Vivian Khalaf expects that to rise when the ban is reinstated.
STEINBERG: We don’t want the U.S. government deciding what is offensive. Besides, it all changes.
BROWN: By the standard the U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to adopt in the Wisconsin case, Illinois Dems are pikers when it comes to gerrymandering.
The Supreme Court is wading into the thicket of partisan redistricting in a case from Wisconsin.
JACKSON: Instead of being a matter of bipartisan consensus, voting rights remains contested territory.
A high court argument on Tuesday was interrupted by the familiar sound of a ring chime, and Justice Stephen Breyer seemed to be the culprit.
President Donald Trump praised new Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch as a jurist who will rule “based on a fair and objective reading of the law.”
I have stopped seeing the neurologist. Essential tremor doesn’t limit me in any way.
Since Scalia’s death, the court has split 4 to 4 on several cases. Gorsuch’s confirmation would generally restore the court’s 5-4 conservative tilt.
Readers weigh in on U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday picked Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court, the youngest nominee in 25 years.
Sen. Chuck Schumer says President-elect Donald Trump must name a “mainstream” nominee or Dems will oppose the individual “with everything we have.”