The state's response to a lawsuit by four black voters shows the wide ramifications of the Supreme Court's recent gerrymandering ruling.
His attempt to include a citizenship question on the census is part of a broader legal crusade that predates his presidency—and will outlive it.
With their decision Thursday, the justices offered a strong rebuke of the Trump administration's proposal to add a citizenship question to the census—but gave the administration the option of coming up with a better excuse.
Missouri is poised to lose its last abortion provider, increasing the large swath of the country where the nearest clinic is impossibly far for poor and rural women.
Passing a federal law to enshrine Roe v. Wade would require control of the White House and Congress—and approval from the Supreme Court.