Two African-American men wrongly imprisoned for 25 years filed a lawsuit against prosecutors for fabricating evidence against them. The Supreme Court hears the case Wednesday.
The next president is expected to name at least one new justice to the closely divided court.
The Supreme Court agrees to examine if high-level officials can be sued for harsh policies.
Unresolved: Can spouses of victims of China's population control claim harm if they weren't officially married?
A part of the McCain-Feingold reform law is being contested on behalf of wealthy candidates running for Congress.
Key issue: Do citizens held by the US military in a foreign war have constitutional protections?
At a court session Tuesday, majority judges seemed to support an individual's right to bear arms.
The tribunal agrees to take a case about the commission's crackdown on stations that air expletives.