Supreme Court

The NAACP releases a comprehensive analysis of Judge Neil Gorsuch. It explains its opposition to his Supreme Court nomination

Gorsuch will fill the seat on the court left open by Justice Scalia.

A death row inmate's last-ditch effort to stay alive has gone before the U.S. Supreme Court in a bizarre case.

Rachel Dolezal, the former Spokane NAACP president who resigned after it was revealed she was passing as Black for years, will speak at a Martin Luther King Day celebration in Cary, North Carolina.

As President Barack Obama prepares to deliver his final State of the Union Address on Tuesday evening, NewsOne reflects on some of his past speeches.

The US Supreme Court presides over birth control coverage under the Affordable Care Act for the fourth time while New Yorkers are on edge after this morning's Penn Station shooting.

Also in today's roundup, Chris Christie announces his bid for president and Greece fails to pay its IMF debt by deadline.

Also, the Supreme Court is making more groundbreaking rulings before their fall session and the second escaped convict has finally been caught.

On this edition of Court Radio Dean and Dave talk about the Supreme Court Decisions to give recognize same-sex marriage in every state and the…

Today history was made. The term “gay marriage” will now be known as simply marriage after the Supreme Court has made it legal for same…

Also, three international terrorist attacks killed over 40 people this morning and a Kansas judge blocked a procedural ban on second-trimester abortions.

On Monday, the United States Supreme Court tossed out the conviction of a Pennsylvania man who typed violent rap lyrics to his Facebook page after…