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.
Justices rule 7 to 2 that some defendants aren't competent enough to represent themselves.
An eight-month review by McClatchy newspapers says the US wrongfully imprisoned many suspected Al Qaeda terrorists.
The Supreme Court agrees to examine if high-level officials can be sued for harsh policies.
The US Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 Thursday that those held in Guantánamo can challenge their detention.
Thursday's Supreme Court ruling involved men accused of kidnapping-for-ransom schemes.
The state's prisons will begin full integration July, amid some worry about racial violence.
Supreme Court mulls whether to take a suit accusing Illinois of forcing families to give up rights.