U.S. Supreme Court

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.

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.

Supreme Court Abortion Ruling Draft: Here’s What You Should Know

Once the news hit that there was potential that the landmark Roe v. Wade decision could be overturned, all hell broke loose and rightfully so.

Report: Draft Of SCOTUS Decision Would Overturn Roe v. Wade, Ending Constitutional Abortion Rights

A draft of the U.S. Supreme Court majority opinion obtained by POLITICO shows that judges believe the 1973 landmark case was ‘egregiously wrong.’

Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Harvard Classmates Talk About The Joy Her Supreme Court Confirmation Has Brought Them

The incoming Supreme Court justice’s former classmates stood in the corner of the friend they knew in college.