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Sidebar: On Justice Ginsburg’s Summer Docket: Blunt Talk on Big Cases

Sidebar: On Justice Ginsburg’s Summer Docket: Blunt Talk on Big Cases

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the Supreme Court.
Neil Gorsuch Speech at Trump Hotel Raises Ethical Questions

Neil Gorsuch Speech at Trump Hotel Raises Ethical Questions

Justice Neil M. Gorsuch is scheduled to speak next month at the Trump International Hotel in Washington before a conservative group.
White Collar Watch: Insider Trading Case to Be a Test of the Role of Friendship

White Collar Watch: Insider Trading Case to Be a Test of the Role of Friendship

Lawyers exiting the United States Supreme Court in October 2016 after opening arguments for the insider trading case Salman v. the United States.
Mathew Martoma’s Insider Trading Conviction Is Upheld

Mathew Martoma’s Insider Trading Conviction Is Upheld

Mathew Martoma, leaving the federal courthouse in Lower Manhattan following his sentencing on Sept. 8. 2014.
White Collar Watch: In a Boon to Prosecutors, Insider Trading Ruling Is Reshaped

White Collar Watch: In a Boon to Prosecutors, Insider Trading Ruling Is Reshaped

Mathew Martoma leaving the Federal District Court in Manhattan after facing charges on an insider trading scheme in 2013.
Sidebar: Trump’s Legal U-Turns May Test Supreme Court’s Patience

Sidebar: Trump’s Legal U-Turns May Test Supreme Court’s Patience

The Supreme Court is hearing two important cases in which the Trump administration has switched sides from its predecessor.
White Collar Watch: Why the Supreme Court May Review the S.E.C.’s In-House Judges

White Collar Watch: Why the Supreme Court May Review the S.E.C.’s In-House Judges

The Securities and Exchange Commission building in Washington. The agency’s appointment of administrative law judges could face a Constitutional challenge.
Prominent Republicans Urge Supreme Court to End Gerrymandering

Prominent Republicans Urge Supreme Court to End Gerrymandering

The Supreme Court, which has never struck down an election map as a political gerrymander, will hear arguments on Oct. 3 in a case challenging the voting districts for Wisconsin’s
Justice Kennedy’s Order Temporarily Leaves in Place Trump Travel Ban on Refugees

Justice Kennedy’s Order Temporarily Leaves in Place Trump Travel Ban on Refugees

Protesters at a rally against the separation of families under President Trump’s travel ban in New York in June.
Justice Kennedy’s Order Temporarily Leaves in Place Trump Travel Ban on Refugees

Justice Kennedy’s Order Temporarily Leaves in Place Trump Travel Ban on Refugees

Protesters at a rally against the separation of families under President Trump’s travel ban in New York in June.
Edith Windsor, Whose Same-Sex Marriage Fight Led to Landmark Ruling, Dies at 88

Edith Windsor, Whose Same-Sex Marriage Fight Led to Landmark Ruling, Dies at 88

Ms. Windsor gestures to supporters on the steps of the Supreme Court building as justices were hearing her case in March 2013.
Justices Allow Refugee Ban While Case Proceeds

Justices Allow Refugee Ban While Case Proceeds

The Supreme Court will hear arguments on the lawfulness of the travel ban on Oct. 10.
Splitting 5-4, Justices Put Texas Redistricting on Hold

Splitting 5-4, Justices Put Texas Redistricting on Hold

Voters in San Antonio, Tex., in 2014.
Common Sense: On Insider Trading, an Appeals Court Comes to Its Senses

Common Sense: On Insider Trading, an Appeals Court Comes to Its Senses

Mathew Martoma, center, leaving the federal courthouse in Manhattan next to his wife, Rosemary, after his conviction on insider-trading charges in 2014.

How a Cake Triggered a Supreme Court Case

This fall, the Supreme Court will hear the case of the Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Cake Is His ‘Art.’ So Can He Deny One to a Gay Couple?

Cake Is His ‘Art.’ So Can He Deny One to a Gay Couple?

Charlie Craig, left, and David Mullins at their home in Denver. “It’s not about the cake,” Mr. Craig said. “It is about discrimination.
Minnesota Videographers Said They Don’t Have to Film Gay Weddings. A Judge Disagreed.

Minnesota Videographers Said They Don’t Have to Film Gay Weddings. A Judge Disagreed.

Carl and Angel Larsen in St. Cloud, Minn., in 2016. The videographers said they founded their media production company to “magnify Christ like a telescope.”
Supreme Court Cancels Hearing on Previous Trump Travel Ban

Supreme Court Cancels Hearing on Previous Trump Travel Ban

The Supreme Court canceled a hearing set for Oct. 10 and asked lawyers in the travel ban case to submit briefs by Oct. 5 discussing the effect of President Trump’s new proclamation.
Supreme Court Cancels Hearing on Previous Trump Travel Ban

Supreme Court Cancels Hearing on Previous Trump Travel Ban

The Supreme Court canceled a hearing set for Oct. 10 and asked lawyers in the travel ban case to submit briefs by Oct. 5 discussing the effect of President Trump’s new proclamation.