In a 5-to-4 ruling, the top court upheld the regulator's 2004 decision to hold broadcasters liable for the occasional expletive.
Supreme Court limits warrantless police searches to instances when an officer or evidence is in danger.
The Supreme Court denied the appeal of a Florida inmate on death row for 32 years.
In a case involving a professional guitarist who lost an arm when injected with an antinausea drug, the justices said state consumer protections can go beyond federal regulations.
An Eritrean who worked at a prison where torture occurred gets another chance to live in America.
The decision will make it easier for local residents to recover damages from national firms, consumer groups say.
The case involves an ongoing tug of war between the high court and the highest court in Oregon.
The next president is expected to name at least one new justice to the closely divided court.