Looking back on a major Supreme Court term

A crowd gathers outside the Supreme Court after the same-sex marriage ruling, June 26, 2015
A crowd gathers outside the Supreme Court after the same-sex marriage ruling, June 26, 2015.

The Supreme Court’s 2014 term is over, with the court issuing a flurry of major rulings on same-sex marriage, Obamacare, the death penalty and housing discrimination, among others. Here are a few of the stories I wrote on some of the biggest cases and the court as a whole toward the end of the term:

In Supreme Court term, Obama wins big and loses small [story]

Big business on winning side in U.S. top court’s major rulings [story]

How Wall Street came out on gay marriage [story]

As U.S. top court weighs gay marriage, a limited backlash brews in states [story]

High court eyes explosive cases on race, abortion [Reuters TV]

Same-sex marriage ruling opens bitter rift on high court [Reuters TV]

Supreme Court’s landmark ruling legalizes gay marriage nationwide [story]

U.S. top court backs Obamacare, president says it’s here to stay [story]

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Lawrence Hurley

Reporter based in Washington