The court rules against an Oregon student whose journal said 22 fellow students "Must Die." The student, who had a rifle and ammunition at home, said he was merely venting his anger.
The state's highest court allowed some claims brought on behalf of relatives of victims of the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School to proceed against the firearms industry.
A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit ordered an injunction against a Minnesota athletic authority's rule barring boys from dance teams.
Idaho's highest court says teachers are not public figures and a former teacher need not prove that news outlets acted with malice in stories about sexual misconduct.
In a case whose outcome may be felt in the public schools, the U.S. Supreme Court weighed the status of a 94-year-old cross memorializing a Maryland county's World War I dead.
The Supreme Court said a lower court was wrong to rely on the vote of a judge who had died by the time his opinion in the case was released.
The court revives the suit of a Chicago school building engineer who alleges that his supervisor addressed him with a racial slur and other racially charged language.
In a case with implications for monetary penalties in the juvenile justice system, the court rules that the Eighth Amendment's bar against excessive fines applies to the states.
The justices turned down review of a Kentucky law that prohibits anyone to direct speech or conduct to a school employee that disrupts or interferes with school activities.
The justices will weigh Secretary of Commerce Wilbur L. Ross Jr.'s decision to restore a citizenship question, which could depress response rates and affect the allocation of education funding.