Sandusky Takes Appeal Of Molestation Conviction To U.S. CourtFormer Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is asking a federal court to do what state courts so far haven't and either grant him a new trial or release him from prison.
Supreme Court Case On LGBTQ Rights May Make A Difference Depending On Where You LiveIn a nutshell, the U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to decide a fundamental question.
Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Historic LGBTQ Workplace Rights DisputeThe Supreme Court grappled at times on Tuesday with historic cases that could impact millions of LGBTQ Americans.
Pennsylvania Court Asked To Toss Death PenaltyThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court will consider Wednesday whether the state’s death penalty statute amounts to cruel, arbitrary punishment that’s too often reserved for black and poor defendants.
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies At 99Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who was appointed by President Gerald Ford in 1975 as a moderate but later became a leading liberal voice, has died, the Supreme Court said Tuesday. He was 99.
Supreme Court Allows Severe Partisan Gerrymandering To ContinueThe Supreme Court said Thursday that federal courts must stay out of disputes over when politicians go too far in drawing district lines for partisan gain.
Supreme Court Rejects Pa. School Students' Appeal Over Transgender BathroomsThe Supreme Court will not take up a challenge to a Pennsylvania school district's policy allowing transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond with their sexual identity.
Court To Rule On Secrecy Of State Police Social Media PolicyPennsylvania's highest court has agreed to consider whether state police should have to disclose more details about how they use information from social media to investigate crimes and make their own hiring decisions.
Pennsylvania GOP Dealt 3rd Redistricting Loss In U.S. CourtsThe U.S. Supreme Court is dismissing another challenge by top Republican lawmakers from Pennsylvania to the legality of new congressional district boundaries imposed by the state's highest court in a gerrymandering case.
Senate Confirms Brett Kavanaugh To Supreme Court In 50-48 VoteThe Senate has confirmed Brett Kavanaugh as an associate justice of the Supreme Court.
Protests, Support Alike As Senate Prepares To Vote On Kavanaugh’s Confirmation To Supreme CourtJudge Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's second nominee to the Supreme Court, is expected to be confirmed to the court on Saturday with a Senate vote largely divided along party lines.
Key Senators Diverge On Kavanaugh Supreme Court AppointmentKey senators reached opposite conclusions on Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination.
Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Nomination Clears Key Senate HurdleThe bitterly divided Senate has pushed Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh past a procedural hurdle with a final weekend vote likely.
Senators Reviewing FBI's Report On Supreme Court Nominee Brett KavanaughSenators are reviewing the supplemental FBI background file for Brett Kavanaugh, which could determine the fate of embattled Supreme Court nominee.
Protesters Ask Sen. Toomey To Reconsider Support For KavanaughAbout 75 citizens in front of U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey's office in Pittsburgh had a clear message, which they sung to the tune of “God Bless America.”