The president has extended the student loan repayment pause into 2023. Biden said he wants to give lawsuits against debt cancellation time to play out, and the Supreme Court time to weigh in.
Judge Robert McBurney overturned Georgia's ban on abortion starting around six weeks into a pregnancy, ruling that it violated precedent when it was enacted three years ago and was therefore void.
Voters in several states were asked to weigh in on ballot measures specifically related to abortion rights.
Abortion is on the ballot in California, Kentucky, Michigan, Montana and Vermont, but it's also playing a major role in races for governor, attorney general and state supreme courts nationwide.
An Indiana man's family sued a state-owned nursing home for alleged mistreatment. A U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case could determine the right of many Americans to sue government agencies.
The reliability of a document by one of the U.S. Constitution's framers has long been under serious doubt. North Carolina Republicans cited it in a case that could upend election laws.
The court has for now blocked the House Ways and Means Committee from accessing the former president's long sought-after tax records. The block is not permanenent.
The president is calling on Democrats — especially young voters — to turn out in the midterm elections to secure more seats in Congress.
Republican officials in Louisiana are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to set a narrower definition of "Black" for redistricting that excludes some Black people and could minimize their voting power.
Images Andy Warhol created of Prince are at the heart of a case the Supreme Court will examine on Wednesday. Warhol used a black-and-white portrait taken by Lynn Goldsmith as a reference point.