Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch Attends Niwot 4th Of July ParadeSupreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch is back in Colorado for the 4th of July holiday.
Supreme Court Takes Gay Wedding Cake Refusal CaseThe nation's highest court will take up a Colorado case this fall. The Supreme Court will hear the case of a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
Supreme Court Orders New Look At Colorado Voucher ProgramThe Supreme Court is ordering the top Colorado state court to look again at a school voucher program that it had struck down as unconstitutional.
Supreme Court Will Take Up A Case Involving Colorado BakerThe Supreme Court is taking on a new clash between gay rights and religion in a case about a wedding cake for a same-sex couple in Colorado.
High Court Won't Hear Appeal From Former Qwest CEOThe Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from former Qwest Communications International Inc. CEO Joseph Nacchio seeking an $18 million tax refund on money he gained from illegal stock sales.
Supreme Court To Decide Whether To Hear Gay Wedding Cake CaseThe U.S. Supreme court is expected to decide on Monday whether to hear a case over a cake artist who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Colorado Oil-Gas Regulators Take Rules Dispute To High CourtThe Colorado attorney general asked the state Supreme Court on Thursday to settle a dispute over how much weight public health and the environment should have in regulating the booming oil and gas industry.
Court Removes Obstacle To Releasing Wolves In New MexicoA court has removed one obstacle to the federal government's plan to release more endangered wolves in New Mexico over the state's objections, but it wasn't immediately clear whether or when additional releases would occur.
Gorsuch Faced Early Test In Court's Life-And-Death PowerJust 11 days on the job, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch had an early taste of the weighty power that sometimes comes to a member of the nation's highest court.
Justices: Colorado Policy On Court Fees UnconstitutionalThe Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Colorado's practice of not automatically refunding court fees and other costs to people convicted of crimes but later exonerated violates the Constitution.
Supreme Court, Including Gorsuch, To Hear Church-State CaseJustice Neil Gorsuch's first week on the Supreme Court bench features an important case about the separation of church and state that has its roots on a Midwestern church playground. The outcome could make it easier to use state money to pay for private, religious schooling in many states.
Gorsuch Sworn Into Supreme Court, Vows To Serve ConstitutionPresident Donald Trump praised new Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch during a public White House ceremony on Monday as a jurist who will rule "not on his personal preferences but based on a fair and objective reading of the law."