The latest news on Scalia, Antonin
Gay rights groups say the Supreme Court case will come down to Kennedy or Roberts, not Scalia.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Antonin Scalia ended his 26th year on the Supreme Court with a string of losses in the term's biggest cases and criticism that he crossed a line from judging to politics.
A nation of 300 million cannot tolerate five men making a huge medical decision involving life and death for the population.
Justice Antonin Scalia used the maligned vegetable as an example today during Supreme Court arguments.
The court ruling that Obamacare's individual mandate is constitutional means the Supreme Court will likely have to decide on it sometime next year.
The high court ruled against parents who want to sue drug makers over claims vaccines caused autism.
In other words, if he doesn't approve, you don't have rights--the definition of discrimination.
The Supreme Court upheld the government's authority Monday to ban aid to designated terrorist groups.
A broad group of legal academics is endorsing Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court.
Author David Strauss discusses the importance of an evolving interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.