The Supreme Court has updated its official transcript of court proceedings that took place last week, clarifying that Justice Neil Gorsuch did not make a false claim about the flu. The nation’s top court heard oral arguments on Friday for and against...
There is no evidence so far that vaccines are reducing infections from the fast-spreading variant. Federal courts considering the Biden administration’s vaccination mandates—including the Supreme Court at Friday’s oral argument—have focused on administrative-law issues. The decrees raise constitutional issues as...
The chief justice of the Supreme Court, in his year-end report, called on federal judges to work hard to adhere to ethics rules after more than 100 were caught violating a rule that requires judges to recuse themselves in...
Scientists, Ex-EPA executive, anti-glyphosate activist offer clashing opinions in interviews with The Epoch Times On Dec. 13, the Supreme Court asked the Solicitor General to offer the United States’ views on “Monsanto vs. Hardeman”—the latest move in what could be a landmark case...
High Court will Resolve Whether States May Bar Parents Who Select Schools that Provide Religious Instruction from Participating in Student-Aid Program Arlington, Virginia—Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a potentially landmark case challenging a Maine...
The Supreme Court on Monday turned away a group of workers who sought exemptions from their Massachusetts-based hospital’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Their request was denied by Justice Stephen Breyer, the justice assigned to handle emergency matters from Massachusetts, who offered no...
A Texas-based civil liberties group delivered a letter and petition telling the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States (PCSCUS) that it should reject proposals to expand the nation’s highest tribunal to make it more amenable to progressive legislation to expand the...
The Supreme Court has decided to hear an appeal about ownership of a valuable painting that was seized by the Nazis from a German Jewish family during the Holocaust and is now on display in an art museum in...
Claims bill was racially motivated because of groups involved in the process A Florida law prohibiting the establishment of so-called sanctuary cities, or municipalities trying to shield illegal immigrants from arrest, violates federal law, a federal judge ruled this week. Florida Senate Bill...
A federal appeals court on Wednesday dismissed a July ruling that said a federal law banning handgun sales to young adults under the age of 21 was unconstitutional. A panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond...
The United States Supreme Court on Friday blocked the reinstatement of the “Remain in Mexico” program, intervening just hours before President Joe Biden’s administration would have had to restart the policy. Justice Samuel Alito, a George W. Bush nominee, in a one-page order stayed...
The stoppage of the policy has contributed to the border crisis, ruling says A federal judge on Friday said the Biden administration must resume a policy that sees asylum seekers wait in Mexico for their claims to be heard. The Department...
A federal circuit court on Aug. 5 upheld the constitutionality of a Tennessee law that requires doctors to provide pregnant women seeking an abortion with materials about the safety of the procedure and have them wait two days before performing the procedure. “Tennessee’s 48-hour...
Supreme Court justices were told on Aug. 4 in an amicus curiae brief that some medical research laboratories use racial quotas in buying body parts from unborn babies killed via live dismemberment in abortions. “Even though 4-month-old infants in the womb move,...