Supreme Court

The coup-attempting former president’s filing keeps the criminal case against him from moving forward in trial court until the high court decides.
The former president goes off-track in a Fox News interview.
The 14th Amendment bans insurrectionists from seeking office, and the question of whether Trump can even be on the ballot is likely headed to the high court.
The president took umbrage at a question from Jacqui Heinrich after the Supreme Court ruled against his student loan forgiveness plan.
The court’s conservatives used a dubious case to greatly expand the right of business owners to discriminate against same-sex couples.
The former first lady and president said the now-struck policy had “allowed generations of students … to prove we belonged.”
The president said he strongly disagrees with the decision.
Sources close to the former deputy prime minister said the allegation was not true.
Is this the end of Nicola Sturgeon's bid for an independent Scotland?
The Supreme Court shut down the Scottish National Party's latest bid for indyref2.