The Supreme Court Will Decide Whether California Can Require “Crisis Pregnancy Centers” To Post Information On Abortions
The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a case challenging a California law that requires crisis pregnancy centers to display information about abortion services and contraception.
The Trump Administration Has Stopped Fighting The Jan. 1 Deadline For Accepting Trans Military Recruits
The Justice Department announced Friday night that it will not be asking the Supreme Court to stop the Jan. 1 deadline for allowing transgender military recruits. The department also dropped several appeals over Trump's transgender military service policy, choosing instead to keep the challenges in district courts for now.
Supreme Court Rules The Trump Administration Doesn't Need To Turn Over DACA Documents At This Time
Challengers of the Trump administration's decision to end DACA are seeking internal government documents in an ongoing court challenge. The Supreme Court, however, ruled that they'll need to wait for now.
How This Evangelical Outsider Brought This Year’s Biggest Gay-Rights Case To The Supreme Court
Mike Farris hated the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage decision, and he loudly ridiculed Donald Trump's run for president. But now he’s taken a big gay wedding cake case all the way to the Supreme Court, vying for a major victory in the fight against gay rights. And the Trump administration is supporting him in court.
Supreme Court Allows Trump's Third Try At A Travel Ban To Go Into Effect
The justices allowed the latest, partial travel ban to go into effect. They added, though, that "we expect that the Court of Appeals" in both cases pending against the ban "will render [their] decision with appropriate dispatch."
The Justice Department Wants To Get Rid Of Court Orders That Allowed An Undocumented Teen To Get An Abortion
The undocumented teen at the heart of the court fight had an abortion on Oct. 25. The government is arguing other young women shouldn't be able to rely on the court orders that made that possible.
Freedom Of Sexual Orientation Is Now A Fundamental Right In India
"Discrimination against an individual on the basis of sexual orientation is deeply offensive to the dignity and self-worth of the individual. Equality demands that the sexual orientation of each individual in society must be protected." - The Supreme Court.
If The Government Wants Credit On Triple Talaq, It Deserves The Blame For Marital Rape
Yesterday, the Law Minister hailed the Supreme Court triple talaq verdict "a great dawn for women's empowerment". Two weeks ago, the government argued in the same court that when a husband rapes his wife, it's not rape.