Supreme Court

Supreme Court Reinstates Former Officer's Murder ConvictionThe Supreme Court has reinstated the murder conviction of a former Baltimore police sergeant who killed his girlfriend in 1993.
Abortion, Birth Control, Race Top Supreme Court AgendaThe Supreme Court begins a new term Monday, and among the most divisive issues are abortion, birth control and race.
Va. Inmate Challenges Execution Over Use of 'Secret' DrugsAttorneys are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to halt the execution of a convicted serial killer in Virginia who claims that he's intellectually disabled.
Kentucky County Clerk Who Refuses To Issue Marriage Licenses For Gay Couples Has Been Married 4 TimesThe Kentucky county clerk who refuses to issue marriage licenses to gay couples has been married four times herself.
Appeals Court Says Supreme Court Can Ban Protests on PlazaA federal appeals court says the Supreme Court can keep protesters off its marble plaza without violating their constitutional right to free speech.
Person Injured While Working on Elevator at Supreme CourtA person is seriously injured after working on an elevator at the U.S. Supreme Court building Tuesday.
20th Century Fox Developing Movie About Supreme Court Gay Marriage Ruling20th Century Fox is developing a film about the U.S. Supreme Court case that made same-sex marriage a nationwide right.
Australian Wedding Stands Up For Gay Rights By Covering Ears When Celebrant States Marriage Exclusively Between Man-WomanA photo of an Australian wedding standing up for gay rights has gone viral.
Justices Uphold Use of Drug Implicated in Botched ExecutionsThe Supreme Court upheld the use of a controversial drug in lethal injection executions Monday, as two dissenting justices said for the first time that they think it's "highly likely" that the death penalty itself is unconstitutional.
With Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide, Perhaps Fewer in D.C.Tourism officials say the nation's capital has long been a popular destination for same-sex couples. But the capital city may see fewer couples from out of town seeking marriage licenses now that the Supreme Court has legalized same-sex marriages nationwide.
Plaintiff in SCOTUS Same-Sex Marriage Case and Partner Married on BWI Airport TarmacThe plaintiff in the Supreme Court same-sex marriage case, Jim Obergefell, married his husband on the BWI Airport tarmac in 2013.
Supreme Court Rules Same-Sex Couples Have Right To Marry NationwideThe Supreme Court has declared that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States.