U.S. Supreme Court
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Reveals He Was A Prince Fan, But Only In The 80s
As the high court hears arguments in a copyright lawsuit that could shake up the entertainment industry, the SCOTUS judge revealed something about himself.
Winning the Fight for Reproductive Justice Means Finally Putting Black Women in the Driver’s Seat
Civil rights attorney Nekima Levy Armstrong believes it's time for white women to step aside and let those most impacted steer this battle.
Harvard Urges Supreme Court To Preserve Affirmative Action As Upcoming Case Looms
The justices are slated to hear college admissions cases that could jeopardize the future of affirmative action.
Supreme Court Will Hear North Carolina Case Next Term That Could Hinder Voting Rights Nationwide
The ruling could vastly diminish the authority of state courts to block discriminatory voting laws.
OPINION: A Supreme Court Ruling That Impacts Climate Change Makes Environmental Racism Worse
A decision that sets back the Environmental Protection Agency will have a domino effect on Black people nationwide.
Ketanji Brown Jackson Becomes 104th Associate Justice Of The U.S. Supreme Court
The first Black woman enters the high court’s bench at a time of controversial rulings, but she will write important opinions of her own in the fall.
Supreme Court Blocks Formation Of New Black Majority Voting District In Louisiana
The right-wing justices appear poised to strike a clause from the Voting Rights Act.
Stacey Abrams: It’s 'Dangerous’ For Georgia Women After Roe V. Wade Overturned
The state is poised to enact a fetal heartbeat law now that the Supreme Court has made abortion a state issue.
Sen. John Cornyn Compares Reversing Roe v. Wade To Segregation
"Now do Plessy vs Ferguson/Brown vs Board of Education."
New York Black Leaders React To Supreme Court Striking Down The State’s Gun Law
After the high court’s decision, ‘every single one of us is less safe,’ Mayor Eric Adams says.