The case, to be heard Monday, will determine if the smokers' suit alleging fraudulent ads about 'low tar' cigarettes can go to trial.
Residency laws for child sex offenders flout the Constitution.
A years-long legal battle for a La Jolla cove may be ending – but for activists on both sides, the seal saga goes on.
The historic 5 to 4 ruling says the right to bear arms applies to individuals.
They could help avoid judicial conflicts of interest.
At issue: Can a judge enforce environmental rules at the expense of national defense training?
In a ruling Thursday, it guides federal judges to weigh conflicts of interest by insurance companies.
The Supreme Court agrees to examine if high-level officials can be sued for harsh policies.
Supreme Court mulls whether to take a suit accusing Illinois of forcing families to give up rights.
The effect: Made-up leagues can keep using names and statistics of real players without paying licensing fees.