'They beat you with their baton': A veteran of the Stonewall riots and the first Pride march shares what life was like for gay Americans before the uprising
"People were really pissed off. They were really irked to the point where they decided to stand up for the first time in their life."
After failing to repeal Obamacare when the GOP controlled Congress, President Donald Trump put his administration's weight behind the legal challenge.
The Supreme Court ruled that the DACA will remain intact, reversing efforts by the Trump administration to rescind the program.
The Supreme Court has upheld the Obama-era program protecting 700,000 'Dreamers' from deportation in a major blow to Trump
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of young immigrants shielded from deportation by an Obama-era program that President Donald Trump sought to end.
What the Supreme Court's landmark LGBTQ decision means for the Trump administration's rollbacks of Obama-era anti-discrimination measures
LGBTQ legal experts have little faith the Trump administration will reverse its Obama-era rollbacks any time soon, but find hope elsewhere.
Welcome to Dispensed Daily, your daily dose of healthcare news. Inside, a win for LGBTQ community at the Supreme Court.
Legal rulings did not solve discrimination against Black Americans, and legal rulings will not solve discrimination against LGBTQ Americans.
The decision shows that the court, which has a 5-4 conservative majority, remains hesitant about wading into gun rights issues.
Supreme Court rules that the federal law that bars sex discrimination in employment also applies to LGBTQ individuals
Justice Neil Gorsuch authored the court's opinion that firing on the basis of a person's homosexual or transgender identity was sex discrimination.
The Supreme Court won't reexamine qualified immunity, the controversial legal doctrine that protects cops from misconduct lawsuits
Even before the police killing of George Floyd, a range of experts and advocates were urging the Supreme Court to critically examine the doctrine.
Insider reached out to a half-dozen MAGA veterans on what President Donald Trump would do in a second term. The answer: Who knows?
From gay liberation to marriage equality and workplace protections, The LGBTQ community continues its fight for equality.
Trump tweets conspiracy theories and accuses cable-news host of murder while his lawyers argue to the Supreme Court that he is too busy being president to be investigated
Trump mused about whether "Morning Joe" cohost Joe Scarborough got away "with murder" on the day his lawyers made their arguments.
'We're the Wild West': Unmasked Wisconsinites crowd bars after the state Supreme Court struck down the governor's stay-at-home order
"It will be Wisconsinites who pay the price" for this "judicial activism," said liberal justice Rebecca Dallet.
Fearing an electoral bloodbath in November, Trump and his allies are working to secure as many lifetime appointments for conservative jurists as possible while the GOP is in power in the Senate and White House.
Trump's lawyer says he is 'himself a branch of government' and 'not to be treated as an ordinary citizen' in blockbuster Supreme Court case over Trump's financial records
The Supreme Court is President Trump's last hope to stop the public from gaining access to his tax returns and financial records.
Trump doubles down on pledge to eliminate Obamacare, even as the pandemic rages, calling it 'lousy healthcare'
Trump has not yet offered a concrete health plan, nor fully explained how he would keep existing protections for people with health conditions.
The Supreme Court unanimously reversed the convictions of two top Chris Christie aides involved in the Bridgegate scandal
The Supreme Court overturned the convictions "because the scheme here did not aim to obtain money or property."
Facebook is spending $130 million to create a 'Supreme Court' that can overrule Mark Zuckerberg — here are its first 20 members
Facebook just revealed all 20 members of new oversight board, which includes a Nobel Laureate and a former prime minister. Here's the full list!
In a historic first, the sound of a toilet flushing was heard in the background of Supreme Court oral arguments
The US may be facing shortages of toilet paper, but there's no shortage of people accidentally broadcasting private activity on conference calls.