Supreme Court Won't Hear Baltimore's Appeal Of $2.3M AwardThe U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the Baltimore Police Department's appeal of a $2.3 million judgment for maliciously prosecuting a homeless man as a serial rapist.
Supreme Court Rules For Colorado Baker In Same-Sex Wedding Cake CaseThe Supreme Court ruled narrowly in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake to celebrate the marriage of a same sex couple because of a religious objection.
Supreme Court To Hear Travel Ban 3.0 Challenge In AprilThe Supreme Court said Friday that it would take up a challenge to the latest version of President Donald Trump's travel ban.
$135K Fine Against Bakers Who Refused Gay Couple Upheld By CourtMelissa and Aaron Klein refused to bake the cake for Rachel Bowman-Cryer and her wife in 2013 because of their religious objections to same-sex marriage.
Justices To Hear Maryland Partisan Gerrymander DisputeThe Supreme Court is adding a dispute over Maryland's congressional map to its consideration of partisan gerrymandering.
Justices Take Up Dispute Over Wedding Cake For Gay Couple The Supreme Court is taking up the highly anticipated case of the Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Opponents In LGBT Case Agree: It's Not About Wedding CakeThe case that goes before the U.S. Supreme Court for oral arguments on Dec. 5 is a showdown between a gay couple and a baker.
Some See Echoes Of '68 Court Case In Wedding Cake DisputeThe upcoming Supreme Court argument about a same-sex couple's wedding cake makes some think of South Carolina's Piggie Park barbecue.
Justices Turn Away Challenge To Maryland Assault Weapons BanThe Supreme Court turned away an appeal from Maryland gun owners who challenged the state's ban on assault weapons.
Justices Ponder Need For Warrant For Cellphone Tower DataLike almost everyone else in America, thieves tend to carry their cellphones with them to work.
Supreme Court Takes Up Key Case About Partisan RedistrictingThe Supreme Court is taking up a case about political maps in Wisconsin that could affect elections across the country.
Edith Windsor, Who Helped End Gay Marriage Ban, Dies At 88Edith Windsor, a gay rights pioneer whose landmark Supreme Court case struck down parts of a federal anti-gay-marriage law and paved a path toward legalizing same-sex nuptials nationwide, died Tuesday. She was 88.