COVID deaths among unvaccinated Wisconsinites spike over last month

Even with increased numbers across the board for vaccinated people, Wisconsinites who weren't fully vaccinated were about 4.5 times more likely to test positive, nearly 9 times more likely to be hospitalized, and nearly 19 times more likely to die of COVID-19 in September.

John Roberts says Supreme Court doesn't work in a 'political manner'

Chief Justice John Roberts responded to attacks on the Supreme Court and the judiciary from both sides of aisle on Tuesday evening, saying that such criticism "does not affect how we do our work" and he said that the justices will "continue to decide cases" according to the Constitution and laws "without fear or favor."

Supreme Court to take up cases on Puerto Rico financial crisis

The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to take up a series of major cases arising out of constitutional challenges to the Financial Oversight and Management Board for Puerto Rico -- which Congress created in 2016 to help respond to and manage the Puerto Rican financial crisis.

Supreme Court awaits eventual Roe v. Wade showdown

Rapid and dramatic moves by states to ban abortion at six weeks of pregnancy, including Tuesday night's vote in Alabama to pass the most restrictive abortion bill in the country, appear to set up an immediate fight over Roe v. Wade.