At the heart of the case is a question about how broadly the government can invoke the State Secrets Protection Act to block civil cases from moving forward.
A SCOTUS ruling on health benefits may jeopardize future aid for Puerto Rico, an island at risk in the climate crisis.
Tech companies argue that the Texas statute, the subject of a protracted legal battle, would violate the First Amendment among numerous other issues.
When the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade in June, it opened a host of questions over whether other federal rights that have been enshrined by the court could also be tossed back to the states.
Grid takes a look at some of the latest data on abortion access in the U.S. and how voters are thinking about the issue nationwide ahead of the midterm elections this fall.