Author: ARIANE DE VOGUE, CNN SUPREME COURT REPORTER

Supreme Court to hear Trump financial records cases

The Supreme Court said Friday it will consider whether the House and a New York prosecutor can subpoena President Donald Trump's longtime accounting firm and banks for his financial records, two monumental disputes concerning separation of powers and Trump's broad claims of immunity that will be decided in the heart of the presidential campaign.

Supreme Court rejects Arizona challenge against Sackler family

The Supreme Court said on Monday that it would not hear an unusual case brought by the state of Arizona that seeks to stop the Sackler family, which owns and controls Purdue Pharma, from transferring billions of dollars from the company in an effort to deplete it and avoid paying claims concerning the prescription opioid painkiller Oxycontin.

Trump asks Supreme Court to block more subpoenas for financial docs

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday put a temporary hold on House subpoenas requesting President Donald Trump's financial documents from two banks. In a brief order, Ginsburg said a lower court opinion that allowed the subpoenas to proceed would go on hold until December 13.

Kavanaugh delivers first major speech at conservative gala

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh received an extended standing ovation from members of the conservative Federalist Society on Thursday night as he delivered his first high-profile speech since his tumultuous confirmation hearing a year ago.

Supreme Court grapples with how to control water pollution

The Supreme Court grappled Wednesday with questions about the scope of the Clean Water Act and the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to regulate pollutants that find their way into navigable water such as oceans, rivers and streams.

Trump tax case poses potential test for Supreme Court

After two bruising losses in federal court, President Donald Trump's private lawyers are poised to head to the Supreme Court in hopes that the justices will block a Manhattan grand jury subpoena for the President's tax records.

Supreme Court to hear challenge of financial protection bureau

The Supreme Court agreed Friday to take up a case this term that could significantly weaken the structure and independence of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a government watchdog agency that was the brainchild of Elizabeth Warren and opened its doors in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis during the Obama administration to oversee financial institutions, monitor markets and protect consumers fr

Justice Sonia Sotomayor breaks Supreme Court's new 2-minute rule

Justice Sonia Sotomayor was so eager to jump into a case Wednesday concerning the tension between the federal government and states when it comes to immigration enforcement that she broke the Supreme Court's new rule that allows a lawyer to begin arguments for two minutes without interruption.