HOUSE CONSIDERS 2005 SUPREME COURT BUDGET
Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy testifies before a House Appropriations subcommittee that oversees the judiciary on March 17, 2004, on Capitol Hill in Washington. The hearing was on fiscal year 2005 appropriations for the Supreme Court. (UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg)
Congress ended the suspense and re-enacted the FISA Amendments Act in late December, giving the U.S. Supreme Court, which has already heard argument on one aspect of the law, a living controversy to chew on.
Several U.S. Supreme Court justices were skeptical Tuesday on whether multinational corporations can be sued in U.S. courts for human rights violations abroad.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused Tuesday to hear a $40 billion investors' lawsuit against investment banks doing business with the now-defunct Enron Corp.
The U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 1911 antitrust decision Thursday and made "the rule of reason" part of the law.
A mock trial in Washington looked at the actions of the title character in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet," but ended in deadlock.
The focus will be on Justice Anthony M. Kennedy this week when the U.S. Supreme Court again takes up the issue of partial birth abortion. Court watchers say Kennedy is the potential swing voter when the constitutionality of a 2003 law banning the procedur
The U.S. Supreme Court Friday delayed the removal of a cross on San Diego public land until legal appeals in the state and federal courts are resolved.
The U.S. Supreme Court appears split after hearing oral arguments on legal issues arising from the execution of prisoners through lethal injections.
Democratic senators said Wednesday the Department of Justice has not provided key evidence of controversial Hispanic judicial nominee Miguel Estrada's legal thi
U.S. newspaper editorial comment on Supreme Court's ruling regarding "virtual" child pornography.