Things to know today: Democrats plan to move swiftly to fill Supreme Court seat; Amy Schneider's historic 'Jeopardy!' run ends; plus, a possible "bomb cyclone."
Here's what the pope has to say about parents who condemn their gay kids, plus more top news, including a reflection on the life of Kobe Bryan…
President Biden has vowed to put a Black woman on the high court, which would be a historic first. Here is a shortlist of potential nominees.
In what will be one of the most monumental endeavors of Joe Biden's presidency, the retirement of Stephen Breyer sets the stage for an immense…
The withdrawal of the emergency temporary standard "does not affect the ETS's continuing status as a proposed rule," a US Department of Labor spokesperson told CNN in a statement.
The Biden administration is withdrawing its Covid-19 vaccination and testing regulation aimed at large businesses, following the Supreme Court's decision to block the rule earlier this month.
The conservative-dominated Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to the consideration of race in college admissions, adding another blockbuster case to this term.
WASHINGTON — The House committee investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection is asking Ivanka Trump, daughter of former President Donald Trump, to voluntarily cooperate as lawmakers make their first public attempt to arrange an interview with a Trump family member.
A study suggesting cannabis compounds can prevent coronavirus from entering human cells, a huge bump in unemployment claims, and more — here is today's coronavirus news.
At the same time, the court is allowing the administration to proceed with a vaccine mandate for most health care workers in the U.S.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments over Biden's vaccine-or-test rules for large employers and a separate vaccine mandate for health care workers. Listen here.
And it's not just abortion. The U.S. Supreme Court seems likely to rule on gun rights, religious freedom and the future of affirmative action in the next year. Sort it all out here.
The Supreme Court heard arguments in which it was asked to overturn a nationwide right to abortion. Here are some of the things the justices said.
Things to know today: The Supreme Court will weigh whether to uphold a Mississippi law and overrule Roe v. Wade; authorities look for a motive for Tuesday's shooting at a Michigan high school.
When the Supreme Court hears a constitutional challenge on Wednesday to a Mississippi ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, the justice…
Since his first job as a young lawyer in Washington, John Roberts' work has been entangled with Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that gave women…
No matter how the Supreme Court handles pending high-profile abortion cases, fractious state-by-state battles over abortion access will continue.
Abortion already is dominating the Supreme Court’s new term. A sampling of decisions and comments on the issue by the 9 current justices.
A doctor who said he performed an abortion in defiance of a new Texas law has been sued by two people seeking to test the legality of the state's near-total ban on the procedure.
The Supreme Court plans to return to its marble courtroom for arguments in October, nearly 19 months after the in-person sessions were halted because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Only four Mexican states — Mexico City, Oaxaca, Veracruz and Hidalgo — now allow abortion in most circumstances. The other 28 states penalize abortion with some exceptions.
Brad Pitt has requested California Supreme Court review his custody case with Angelina Jolie because he doesn't think their private judge should have been disqualified.
The U.S. Supreme Court decided 5-4 to allow a Texas law that bans most abortions to remain in force, stripping most women of the right to an abortion in the nation's second-largest state.