Former presidents have traditionally shared the results of their physical exams, but there have also been health problems that presidents concealed from the public.
Justices also set to decide next week whether they’ll take up the Trump administration’s latest travel ban.
In oral arguments, only the court’s three most liberal justices seemed convinced that Ohio’s procedure violates a federal law.
The justices wrestled with privacy issues in two cases touching on the Fourth Amendment.
During a speech at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Annual Convention in Nashville on Jan. 8, President Trump said that “we must remember and honor our history.”
At stake in the decades-long litigation is whether Atlanta and the farmers of southwestern Georgia are using too much of the water that should go to the Florida Panhandle.
Keith Tharpe can challenge his death sentence, justices say, after one of his jurors gives affidavit in which he questions whether black people have souls.