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Supreme Court Narrows Ruling for Tribes in Oklahoma

The decision followed a landmark 2020 ruling that said much of eastern Oklahoma falls within Indian reservation lands, limiting the authority of state prosecutors. → Read More

Supreme Court Revives Republican-Drawn Voting Map in Louisiana

A federal judge had ordered lawmakers to redraw the state’s six congressional districts to include two in which Black voters were in the majority. → Read More

The Major Supreme Court Decisions in 2022

How the court is ruling with a 6-to-3 conservative supermajority, including three justices appointed by President Donald J. Trump. → Read More

Supreme Court Live Updates: Leaked Draft Would Overturn Roe v. Wade

A majority of the court privately voted to strike down the landmark abortion rights decision, according to the document, obtained by Politico. The release of the 98-page draft document is unprecedented in the court’s modern history. → Read More

Confirmed but on the sidelines: Judge Jackson is now a justice in waiting.

Her status is the consequence of Justice Stephen G. Breyer’s early and conditional announcement of his retirement. → Read More

Supreme Court Revives Trump-Era Environmental Regulation

The regulation, which was welcomed by industry groups, limited the role of states in enforcing the Clean Water Act. → Read More

Supreme Court to Weigh California Law on Humane Treatment of Pigs

Trade groups challenged the law, which requires adequate space for breeding pigs to turn around, saying it unfairly burdens out-of-state farmers. → Read More

Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to Law on Adopting Native American Children

The Indian Child Welfare Act calls for special solicitude for the sovereignty and heritage of tribes in adoption decisions. → Read More

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson: A Groundbreaking Pick Unlikely to Reshape the Supreme Court

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s replacement of Justice Stephen G. Breyer substitutes a liberal for a liberal and would not shift the basic dynamic of the court. → Read More

Roberts, Sotomayor and Gorsuch Address Reports of Conflicts Over Masks

Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who has diabetes, has been participating in Supreme Court arguments remotely. Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, her seatmate, is the only member of the court who does not wear a mask. → Read More

The Persistent Gender Gap at the Supreme Court Lectern

More than 40 years after Ruth Bader Ginsburg last appeared as a lawyer at the Supreme Court, relatively few women argue cases there. → Read More

Supreme Court Allows Vaccine Mandate for New York Health Care Workers

Doctors and nurses challenged a state coronavirus vaccine requirement that had medical but not religious exemptions, saying it violated their right to free exercise of their faiths. → Read More

Supreme Court Looks at Puerto Rico’s Status in Case on Benefits

A federal law excludes residents of Puerto Rico from a Social Security program that provides monthly payments to needy people. → Read More

What to Watch in the Supreme Court Oral Arguments on the Texas Abortion Law

The New York Times will be streaming the oral arguments and providing live coverage of the proceedings when they begin at 10 a.m. Eastern. → Read More

Biden Panel Wary of Expanding Supreme Court, but Open to Term Limits

Preliminary draft materials suggested that adding justices might be seen as a “partisan maneuver,” but said that an 18-year tenure merits “serious consideration.” → Read More

Supreme Court Returns, With One Justice Missing and Only One Masked

As a term packed with major cases begins, much has changed since the last in-person arguments took place in March 2020. → Read More

Abortion Providers Ask Supreme Court for Fast Review of Texas Ban

The new filing asks the justices to use an unusual procedure to rule on a law that bans most abortions after six weeks and was designed to avoid judicial scrutiny. → Read More

Supreme Court Urged to Reject Mississippi’s Attack on Roe v. Wade

In a new brief in a major abortion case, a clinic and a doctor asked the court to strike down a state law largely banning the procedure after 15 weeks of pregnancy. → Read More

Supreme Court Stays Execution in Dispute Over Pastor’s Role in Death Chamber

The ruling was the latest in a string of decisions on the role that spiritual advisers may play in death row inmates’ final moments. → Read More

Supreme Court Stays Execution in Dispute Over Pastor’s Role in Death Chamber

The ruling was the latest in a string of decisions on the role that spiritual advisers may play in death row inmates’ final moments. → Read More