Supreme Court

Voting rights advocates who celebrated after successfully beating back restrictive voting laws that some states tried to implement last year found themselves beat down by…

Supporters of gay marriage from coast to coast were handed a dual victory Wednesday morning as the Supreme Court ruled in favor of equality. The high court overturned the Defense of Marriage Act as unconstitutional, while ruling it has no jurisdiction in California’s Prop 8, thus opening gay marriage in that state once again. See […]

Roland Martin talks with Judith Browne Dianis, the co-director of the Advancement Project, about the Supreme Court‘s decision to strike down section four of the…

Roland Martin talks with Sunny Hostin about the current gay marriage issues on the table for the Supreme Court.

Yesterday, the Supreme Court voted in favor of health care reform.  Because of their historic 5-4 decision, the Affordable Care Act has now become the…

First Lady Michelle Obama framed the upcoming presidential election as a fight for the nation’s future that will “impact our lives for decades” to come, as well as a fight to uphold a “fundamental” American value that opportunities in this country should not be limited to a “few at the top” and that everybody should […]

The United States Supreme Court ruled that public employers like police departments have the right to search text messages on company-issued devices as long as there’s a legitimate work purpose for doing so. The issue came to the Supreme Court after a California police officer sued because he thought his Fourth Amendment rights were violated […]

Supreme Court will hear two appeals regarding messages on government work devices..