Soon after Justice Gorsuch’s speech, the Supreme Court will hear a case about President Trump’s travel ban, and the hotel is at issue in other cases.
Analyzing President Trump’s handshakes with world leaders has become something of a sport, so we had two professionals do it.
The president, who has made blistering remarks about judges and whose travel ban is before the court, made no public remarks, instead watching a piece of pomp steeped in history.
The justices ruled a citizenship law was based on stereotypes that violated equal protection principles. In another case, involving debt collection, Justice Neil M. Gorsuch issued his first opinion.
By ADAM LIPTAK April 19, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court seemed ready to chip away at the wall separating church and state on Wednesday, with several justices suggesting that states must sometimes provide aid to religious groups. The case concerned...