A case announced Friday will mark the first time the Kavanaugh and Gorsuch hear a challenge centered around the contraceptive mandate in the ACA.
eBay, Organized Crime, and Evangelical Christians: The Ethical Minefield of Studying Ancient Civilizations
Iraqi artifacts smuggled into the US by Hobby Lobby contain new evidence of a lost Sumerian city, and have scholars divided over whether to study the looted relics.
Some of the 5,500 stolen artifacts purchased by Hobby Lobby are believed to have originated in the long-lost city of Irisagrig.
But he doesn't think that should prevent him from serving on the federal bench.
The crafts company has been asked to forfeit thousands of "historically significant manuscripts, antiquities, and other cultural materials" smuggled from Iraq.
A new bill called the Do Not Harm Act could stop individuals and corporations from using the Religious Freedom Restoration Act to infringe on the civil rights of women and the LGBT community.
In a case described as Hobby Lobby 2.0, a Catholic order of nuns known as Little Sisters of the Poor is arguing that Obamacare infringes on their right to religious liberty.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal district court, the Temple argues that the restrictions violate its members "rights to free exercise."
Despite the blowback in Indiana, 15 other states are considering religious liberty bills in the wake of widespread acceptance of gay marriage and the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision.
The fight in Georgia is similar to debates in other US states where conservatives have proposed laws that would allow discrimination based on religious beliefs.
Lawyers argue that the new prison guard policy at Guantanamo could put in jeopardy the government's ability to seek the death penalty for certain detainees.