An American flag flies outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington Nov. 13, 2018. Since the court's new term began in October, the justices have heard cases on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation, gun ownership restrictions and the death penalty. In June, the justices issued several decisions, including one to allow a religious symbol to remain on public land and another to overturn an inmate's death sentence citing racial bias in the prosecutor's jury selection. (CNS/Reuters/Al Drago)