If Republicans think Obama overreach makes immigration reform impossible, they'll have to stand and be counted on the contraception guarantee.
It’s a clever resolution that none of the parties had asked for, but that is better than anything on the menu that the Court had before it.
The Harris v. Quinn decision may have done irreparable damage to a long-standing precedent.
Police will now have to scramble to keep patients and protesters from clashing.
The Supreme Court rules that all cellphone searches require warrants.
International law says that when a conflict ends, prisoners of war must be sent home.
There's a Legal War Over the Definition of Rape
May 06, 2014
A Yale Law professor wades into a decades-long fight over what we mean when we say "rape."
Clayton Lockett's Botched Execution Adds Credibility to Court Fight Over Drug Secrecy
April 30, 2014
How can "cruel and unusual punishment" be proven when the drugs are kept secret?
Until Obama is more transparent, the public debate will be dominated by Rand Paul and Code Pink's conspiracy theories.
This Infamous Hacker Went to Prison for Trolling AT&T. Now He Wants to Troll Wall Street.
April 22, 2014
He went to prison for exposing an Internet security flaw. He says he won't stop—and now wants to profit from doing so.