Supreme Court begins its sprint to finish — and a decision by one justice might be the most important As the court’s term winds down, decisions await on the future of the Affordable Care Act, gay and religious rights, and whether Justice Stephen G. Breyer will create an opening for President Biden to fill. Justices signal they could limit Indian Country rulingThe Supreme Court has granted Oklahoma’s request to retain custody of a man who's been on death row for killing three Native Americans Anti-abortion protesters in New York win court rulingA federal appeals court has thrown out its recent decision allowing New York's attorney general to block anti-abortion protesters from trying to keep women away from a reproductive health clinic in the New York City borough of Queens. Breyer 'basically optimistic' about US despite polarizationSupreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer says he remains optimistic that America’s system of democracy will continue to work even though the country may be increasingly divided along partisan lines U.S. Justice Breyer touts compromise, democracy, adherence to precedentJustice Stephen Breyer on Friday spoke of the need for the U.S. Supreme Court to respect its own precedents, talked up democracy and touted bipartisan collaboration in Congress as he addressed school students amid speculation about his possible retirement Supreme Court: Five things to watch in final weeks of high court's termFrom a major health care case to the potential retirement of Justice Breyer, there's a lot to watch in the final month of the Supreme Court's term. How Biden's Justice Department is trying to root out racist policing“You see a huge leap in progress. It can only be attributable to what happened over the course of the summer of 2020.” Democrats: Roe v. Wade blow would fuel expanding Supreme CourtDemocratic senators say if the Supreme Court strikes a blow against Roe v. Wade by upholding a Mississippi abortion law, it will fuel an effort to add justices to the court or otherwise reform it.