New Law Allows DC Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo To Apply For Parole In 2024Lee Boyd Malvo, the Washington, D.C., area sniper, and Virginia agreed Monday to dismiss a pending Supreme Court case after the state changed criminal sentencing law for juveniles.
Supreme Court Rejects New Trial For Serial Podcast's Adnan SyedThe Supreme Court on Monday rejected a Maryland man's bid for a new trial based on information uncovered by the hit podcast "Serial."
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns To Court After Hospital StayThe Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has returned to the court after a two-night stay in a hospital.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsburg Returns Home After Being Treated At Johns HopkinsSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was hospitalized after experiencing chills and fever, the court said Saturday.
Supreme Court Begins Hearing Arguments In Trump Administration's Push To End DACAProtesters gathered outside the Supreme Court as justices heard arguments in the case, which has left hundreds of thousands of DREAMers' lives hanging in the balance, including a man who calls Baltimore his home.
Immigration Advocates Hold Rally In Baltimore As Part Of March From New York To DCThe future of over more than a million undocumented DREAMers will soon rest with the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court To Weigh Virginia Life Sentences In DC Sniper CaseThe Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday over whether to uphold Virginia’s life sentences without parole imposed on Washington sniper Lee Boyd Malvo for murders and other crimes committed when he was 17.
Adnan Syed's Lawyer To Petition His Case To Supreme CourtThe subject of the popular podcast "Serial" will ask the Supreme Court to review his case, and is planning on making a request on Monday, his attorney tweeted out Sunday morning.
In MD Case, Supreme Court Rules Federal Courts Won't Block Districts For Partisan GainThe court rejected challenges to Republican-drawn congressional districts in North Carolina and a Democratic district in Maryland.
Maryland Judge: Census Question Might Have Discriminatory MotiveA U.S. judge says new evidence paints a "disturbing picture" that racial discrimination may be the motive behind the Trump administration's push to ask everyone in the country about citizenship status.
Supreme Court Lets Virginia Voting Go Ahead Under Redrawn MapVirginians will elect members of the House of Delegates using a map seen as favorable to Democrats, according to ruling Monday by the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Partisan RedistrictingThe Supreme Court is returning to arguments over whether the political task of redistricting can be overly partisan.
Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Deadly DC Sniper Shootings CaseThe Supreme Court on Monday agreed to consider Virginia's plea to reinstate the life-without-parole sentence of a man who as a teenager participated in sniper shootings that terrorized the Washington, D.C., region in 2002.
Supreme Court Seems Inclined To Retain Cross On Public LandThe Supreme Court is diving into a debate about the place of religious symbols in public life in a case about a cross-shaped war memorial in Maryland.
High Court's Cross Case Could Affect Monuments NationallyA 40-foot-tall, concrete cross on public land in a Maryland suburb of Washington is at the center of a case before the Supreme Court. But similar monuments elsewhere in the country could be affected by the high court ruling, states have told the justices.