The Supreme Court of the United States is the highest court of law in the country's federal judiciary, and is made up of nine justices; one chief justice and eight associate justices. Terms are for life, so long as justices "hold their offices during good behavior".
From the Right
High court conservatives question Joe Biden student loan debt relief
From the Left
Conservative justices seem skeptical of Biden's student loan forgiveness plan
From the Center
Supreme Court’s conservatives cast doubt on student loan forgiveness program
How U.S. Supreme Court Ideology Has Shifted Over Time
Here's how the court's makeup has evolved through the years.