Man In Custody After Supreme Court Police Vehicle Set On FireAn unidentified man was taken into custody by the Supreme Court Police after an unmarked court police vehicle was set ablaze.
Pa. Attorney General Vows To 'Continue This Battle On Behalf Of Women Everywhere' Following Supreme Court's Contraception RulingThe Supreme Court has upheld Trump administration rules allowing some employers to refuse to provide free contraceptive coverage on religious grounds.
Pa. Attorney General Supports Supreme Court's DACA Decision, Saying 'Dreamers Are Americans'The Supreme Court has rejected President Donald Trump's effort to end legal protections for 650,000 young immigrants.
U.S. Supreme Court Will Not Hear Challenge To Gov. Wolf's Shutdown Order Filed By Local Politician And BusinessesThe U.S. Supreme Court will not hear a case brought forward against Gov. Tom Wolf's shutdown order.
Pa. Attorney General's Office Takes Challenge Over Trump Administration Contraceptive Rules To Supreme CourtThe U.S. Supreme court listened to oral arguments from the Pennsylvania Attorney General Wednesday for cases involving a woman's access to contraception under the Affordable Care Act.
Supreme Court Set To Hear 'Pennsylvania v. Trump' On WednesdayA case involving access to contraceptives will be heard by the Supreme Court on Wednesday morning.
Bill Would Ban Abortion In Ohio If Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. WadeA state lawmaker has proposed legislation that would ban abortion in Ohio if the Supreme Court overturns the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.
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.