US Supreme Court

Not normal?

The Court this week ruled to outlaw race-based admissions to Harvard University and the University of North Carolina, saying these policies violate the Constitution's equal protection clause.

Historic nomination

The nomination is historic for more than one reason. If she is confirmed, four women will sit together on the nine-member court for the first time. “For too long, our government, our court hasn't looked like America,” Mr Biden said on Friday. “I believe it’s time that we have a court that reflects the full talent and greatness of our nation.”

The final No

Texas had taken the plea that changes made by the four states in voting procedures to expand the scope of mail-in voting during the coronavirus epidemic were illegal. It had asked the court to stop the states from using the results to appoint presidential electors to the Electoral College, which will formally pick – and announce – the winner this week.

Trump calls 2020 election ‘fraud’, says he’ll go to SC

Without providing any evidence and despite millions of votes yet to be counted, the President said: "This is a fraud on the American public. This is an embarrassment to our country.Frankly we did win this election." Trump added that he would go to the US Supreme Court and wanted "all voting to stop".