NPR News: "It's decision season at the U.S. Supreme Court, and there are a host of consequential cases the justices are deciding, from a controversial Trump administration proposal to adding a citizenship question to the census to gerrymandering and a question of separation of church and state."
SCOTUSblog: "'This award will inspire me in future years to bring again the message of civility and decency and progress to all of those who, like you, revere the law,' retired Justice Anthony Kennedy promised [May 20] as he received the Henry J. Friendly Medal at the American Law Institute’s annual meeting."
Associated Press: "The Supreme Court on Monday sided with a member of the Crow tribe who was fined for hunting elk in Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest, giving him a good chance to get a more than $8,000 fine against him overturned."
Courthouse News Service: "U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas blasted his colleagues Monday for refusing to hear a tort case brought against the United States by the husband of a Navy lieutenant who died during childbirth at a naval hospital."