The life and legacy of justice John Paul Stevens
John Paul Stevens, who was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court by a Republican president only to become a leading liberal voice on presidential powers, the death penalty and individual rights, has died. He was 99.
Brazil's top court rejects Lula release request
Brazil's Supreme Court has turned down a request to free jailed ex-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva following allegations the judge who convicted him was biased. Lula's lawyers say he was denied a fair trial.
Supreme court backs partisan voting maps, puts census citizenship question on hold
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution doesn’t let judges throw out voting maps for being too partisan and put on hold the Trump administration’s plan to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census. Bloomberg's Greg Stohr reports on "Balance of Power."
Supreme Court to decide Adeleke, Gboyega's fate July 5
Supreme Court to decide Adeleke, Gboyega's fate July 5.
Alabama moves to ban abortion, including for rape and incest cases
The legislation sets the stage for a legal battle over the right to abortion that could end up in the Supreme Court. It comes as 14 states have sought to restrict abortion in a bid to overturn Roe vs. Wade.
Supreme Court hears appeals by Rivers APC factions
Supreme Court hears appeals by Rivers APC factions.
Supreme Court reserves ruling in Rivers APC faction appeal
The Supreme Court, yesterday, reserved its ruling on an appeal the All Progressives Congress, APC, seeking to secure an order that will enable it to field candidates in the forthcoming elections in Rivers State.
How President Reagan convinced Justice Kennedy to take the job
Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy tells David Rubenstein that he had reservations about becoming a Supreme Court justice partly because he says he didn't know anyone in Washington.