Evangelicals anticipate a ruling on Mississippi’s 15-week ban as a possible first step toward overturning Roe v. Wade. In agreeing to hear a potentially groundbreaking abortion case, the Supreme Court has energized activists on both sides of the long-running debate who are now girding to make abortion access a major issue in next year’s midterm elections. For many evangelicals, the case could serve as a validation of more than four decades of persistent work and a sometimes awkward relationship with former President Donald Trump, whose three Supreme Court appointments sealed a 6-3 conservative majority. If those justices unite to uphold…

The Justice Department is suing Google over its dominance in search. Hearings in Congress are looking at alleged media bias, among other concerns.

In Pennsylvania and other key states, the Trump campaign has filed lawsuits alleging a variety of ballot-related infractions.

The president is trying to signal support for his base, many of whom are frustrated with the restrictions, while also not alienating swing voters.

Adam Cohen asserts that rulings on everything from election law and education to corporate law and crime have contributed to growing inequality.

Legal challenges to Florida’s new voucher law are already looming. What role will an increasingly conservative judiciary play in school funding?

Jack Phillips scores a major religious freedom victory—for himself, as ruling fails to resolve legal debate over LGBT accommodations and conscience rights of conservative Christians. In the biggest religious liberty case of the year, the US Supreme Court sided 7–2 against a state commission that unfairly singled out a Christian baker who declined to decorate a cake for a same-sex wedding. The high court ruled that state penalties levied against Jack Phillips, the Colorado business owner at the center of Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, violated his First Amendment rights to free exercise of religion since the…