Opinions of the United States Supreme court are certainly in the headlines. Opinions of the Supreme court are available on the Supreme Court’s website (SupremeCourt.gov) on the day the opinions are announced beginning at 10:00 a.m. If there is more than one opinion, they will be released in ten-minute intervals.
Recent decisions are highlighted on the main page and all are available on the opinions page. The website provides a listing of “Online Sources Cited in Opinions” and a “Case Citation Finder” which will “retrieve the citation, in the form recommended by the Reporter of Decisions, for every signed, per curiam, or in-chambers opinion published (or soon to be published) in the United States Reports.”
The U.S. Reports page provides links to the U.S. Reports with the following caution:
Only the printed bound volumes of the U. S. Reports contain the final, official opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States. In case of discrepancies between a bound volume and the materials included here—or any other version of the same materials, whether print or electronic, official or unofficial—the printed bound volume controls.
Supreme Court opinions are also available on Lexis and Westlaw in the law library.