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Scholars and Scribes Review the Rulings: The Supreme Court’s 2022-23 Term–A Heritage Event
The Heritage Foundation at 12:00 p.m. ET on July 13, will host a review of the landmark cases of the Supreme Court’s 2022–23 term, and everything involving the U.S. Supreme ...
July 13, 2023
View of Supreme Court Ahead of Possible Rulings on Student Loan or Affirmative Action
Live view of the Supreme Court. The court may announce decisions on the student loan forgiveness program or ...
June 29, 2023
Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Supreme Court Ethics Bill
The Senate Judiciary Committee holds a hearing on "Ensuring an Impartial Judiciary: Supreme Court Ethics, Recusal, and Transparency ...
June 14, 2023
McCarthy Announces Plan for a Responsible Debt Ceiling Increase
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) speaks about the U.S. debt ceiling on the House floor.
April 19, 2023
Biden Admin Asks Supreme Court to Restore Bump Stock Ban
The Biden administration on Friday petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to hear an appeal of a lower court ...
April 8, 2023
Supreme Court Suggests IRS Went Too Far in Tax Enforcement Case
The Supreme Court seemed generally sympathetic to the claim of the wife of a delinquent taxpayer that the ...
March 29, 2023
SCOTUS Issues ‘Major Victory for Property Rights’ in Forest Service Dispute: Attorney
The Supreme Court ruled 6–3 in favor of Montana property owners who claim the U.S. Forest Service cheated them ...
March 28, 2023
Supreme Court to Consider Case of Litigious Disability Activist
The Supreme Court agreed to hear a case challenging a serial lawsuit filer who has sued more than ...
March 28, 2023
Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Kansas Congressional Map
The U.S. Supreme Court on March 27 rejected a challenge to a redrawn congressional map for Kansas. The ...
March 27, 2023
Supreme Court Seeks Extra $12 Million From Congress to Counter Security Threats
The Supreme Court is asking Congress for a $12 million funding boost in the coming fiscal year to ...
March 13, 2023
Supreme Court Hears Arguments About Cancellation of Student Loan Debt
U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments in two related cases from 10 a.m. ET on Feb. 28 on President ...
February 28, 2023
Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Twitter v. Taamneh Case
U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments on Twitter v. Taamneh case at 10:01 a.m. ET on Feb. 22. ...
February 22, 2023
Supreme Court Cancels Highly Anticipated Hearing Over Title 42 Immigration, Border Security Case
After the Biden administration asked it to do so, on Feb. 16 the Supreme Court canceled highly anticipated ...
February 16, 2023
Supreme Court Marshal Reveals Why She Didn’t Ask Justices to Swear They Weren’t Behind Leak
The Supreme Court's marshal on Jan. 20 said she interviewed all nine justices in her investigation into the ...
January 20, 2023
Deaf Student Neglected by Michigan Schools Should Be Able to Sue Under Anti-Discrimination Law, SCOTUS Hears
A public school system in Michigan wronged a deaf student by failing to properly educate him, and the ...
January 18, 2023
Supreme Court’s Section 230 Case Could ‘Upend the Internet’: Google
An upcoming decision in the U.S. Supreme Court case regarding online social media companies' liability for content posted ...
January 13, 2023
Rep. Dusty Johnson Holds Press Conference on His Bill to Limit Supreme Court to 9
Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.) and other Congressional members hold a press conference at 10:00 a.m. ET on Jan. ...
January 11, 2023
Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Race in College Admissions
The Supreme Court hears arguments to consider whether colleges may continue to use race as a factor in ...
October 31, 2022
Judge in NYC Declares Vaccine Mandates Unconstitutional, Says Shots Don’t Prevent Infection or Spread
A state Supreme Court ruling in Richmond County, New York, has declared that the vaccine mandates were unconstitutional ...
October 26, 2022
Man Arrested Near Home of Supreme Court Justice Had Gun, Wanted to Kill: Officials
GREENBELT, Md.—The California man accused of attempting to murder Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh made his first court appearance ...
June 8, 2022
Leak of Roe v. Wade Overturn Draft Explained
A potential draft of a landmark Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked to the press, ...
May 7, 2022
Can a Christian Flag Fly in Boston?
The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that rejecting a group’s Christian flag in Boston’s City Hall as part ...
May 5, 2022
Football Coach Fired for Praying After Games, Shows Trend of Religious Hostility: Jay Richards
The U.S. Supreme Court has begun deliberating a case involving a former high school assistant football coach from ...
April 29, 2022
Supreme Court Declines to Hear Trucker Challenge of California Anti-Gig Law
The Supreme Court won't consider a challenge by Cal Cartage Transportation Express, a trucking company, to California's unusually ...
October 7, 2021
Work on Children’s Rights Bill Will Continue, Says Swinney
Work on a bill to incorporate a U.N. treaty on children’s rights into Scots law will continue despite ...
October 6, 2021
Civil Liberties Group Tells Commission to Reject Left’s Supreme Court Packing
A Texas-based civil liberties group delivered a letter and petition telling the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court ...
October 6, 2021
Terrorist Asks Supreme Court to Let Him Depose Ex-CIA Contractors for Polish Criminal Probe
A Muslim terrorist’s lawyer asked the Supreme Court to allow his client to depose two former Central Intelligence ...
October 6, 2021
The Most Widely Used Cooking Oil in the US May Lead to Colitis: Study
SEC Requests Bigger Budget to Tackle ‘Wild West of the Crypto Markets’
EDITORIAL: Why Falun Gong Matters
GOP Report Accuses DHS Secretary of ‘Actively’ Encouraging ‘Mass Illegal Immigration’
Falun Gong Practitioners Recount a Harrowing 24 Years of Withstanding CCP Persecution
Aloe Vera: First Aid for Hemorrhoids, Dry Skin, Burns, Wounds and More
China’s Q2 GDP Growth Slows to 0.8 Percent as Economic Engines Stall
House Passes Bill Banning Public Schools From Sheltering Illegal Immigrants
Democrat AGs Push Back After SCOTUS Ruling, Say They Will Support Corporate DEI Efforts
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‘Keep the Faith’: US Lawmakers Share Hopeful Message With Falun Gong Adherents on CCP Persecution Anniversary