There’s no more important issue to the White House than curbing regulatory entities, which the judge has called “the fourth branch of the U.S. government.”
The files include inconclusive emails about what role, in any, the Supreme Court nominee played in discussions about legal issues after 9/11.
The commonwealth wants the high court to review a lower court’s decision that questioned life imprisonment sentences.
The release of 6,000 pages of documents provides a look at a judge who quickly moved through the White House process.
The Supreme Court nominee’s opinion in the 2011 case and other decisions indicates he may be skeptical of restrictions on money in politics.
Trump’s Supreme Court nominee has described conservative chief justice Rehnquist as his “first judicial hero.”
His departure will likely trigger a bitter partisan showdown over President Trump’s selection of a replacement.
States have battled for decades over whether Georgia’s consumption causes too much harm to Florida seafood region
In a major blow to organized labor, the court’s conservatives cited free speech rights.
The justices send back challenges on gerrymandering and religious objections to vendors providing services for same-sex weddings.
Dassey, now in his late 20s, was convicted in 2007 of the murder of photographer Teresa Halbach in Wisconsin.
At issue is a lower court’s decision to invalidate a congressional map on grounds that Republicans rigged it to give themselves an unfair political advantage.
A three-judge panel in Texas last summer said two congressional districts and a handful of legislative districts were unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court sent the case back to Washington state to be reconsidered in light of its Masterpiece Cakeshop decision.
The government had argued there is no privacy in information knowingly transmitted to a third party.
More than 40 states and the Trump administration had asked the justices to overturn its 1992 decision that restricted collection.
The court came to a technical resolution of what had seemed to hold the promise of being a landmark decision about whether extreme efforts to give one party advantage over another were unconstitutional.
A Fla. man said city council officials violated the First Amendment when they sent him to jail after he refused to stop speaking at a public meeting.