A case dismissal leaves intact a damaging lower court opinion whose questionable validity prompted the dismissal.
The Roberts Court will let the GOP leader participate in oral arguments in a constitutional case that his party's obstruction engendered.
The Justices will address if for-profit corporations have religious liberty rights, and if the ACA violates the religious liberty rights of certain company owners.
In coming up with a scary hypothetical regarding the limits of congressional authority, Scalia turns to marriage equality.
The Court won't review an Oklahoma court's ruling striking down limitations on how women can use medications to terminate early pregnancies.
Leading Iowa religious right figures Bob Vander Plaats and Steve Deace got together on American Family Radio today to discuss potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates and how they can move them even further to the right, as they did in 2012...
Victims of Argentina's "dirty war" may be prevented from suing a corporate giant whose subsidiary collaborated in human rights abuses.
The Roberts Court will hear a challenge to the EPA's authority to regulate greenhouse gases from factories and power plants.
As the Supreme Court heard arguments today in McCutcheon v. FEC – a campaign finance case in which the Court will decide whether to strike down overall limits on direct political contributions – a great crowd of PFAW and allies rallied...
In campaign finance, what is obviously corruption to most of us is just business as usual to the Roberts Court.
WASHINGTON – As the Supreme Court hears oral arguments today in McCutcheon v. FEC, a campaign finance case in which the Court is determining whether to strike down aggregate limits on contributions to political candidates and committees,...
Cuccinelli's extremism costs him in court, as well as among voters.
The arch-conservative Roberts Court begins a new term that could affect vast areas of American law.
In a variety of areas, the Roberts Court is poised to overrule precedents and lurch even more to the right.
To: Interested Parties
From: Marge Baker, Executive Vice President, People For the American Way Foundation
Date: October 3, 2013
Re: Key Cases in the Supreme Court's New Term
The Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts has not shied...
In the wake of landmark rulings in the Supreme Court’s last term, this coming Court term is shaping up to be at least as consequential.
In the years since Citizens United, North Carolina has provided a clear example of what happens when a small number of corporate interests, allied with a far-right base, are allowed unbridled influence over elections.
At an AFL-CIO convention this weekend, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren called out the increasingly pro-corporate lean of the U.S. Supreme Court. Politico reports:
On the opening day of the AFL-CIO’s convention, Warren — the highest...
Faith and Freedom Coalition executive director Gary Marx has written a column for the Christian Post in which he claims that the Supreme Court’s rulings on DOMA and Proposition 8 have made our democracy only an illusion. After accusing the...
Gary Bauer yesterday marked the anniversary of the shooting at the Washington D.C. office of the Family Research Council, the group he used to lead, by asking members of his Campaign for Working Families to work against marriage equality.