It may be that, when the Supreme Court rules on state power to monitor and restrict the activities of people who have entered the U.S. illegally and remain without permission, the Justices will give states additional authority.
Amid sure signs that the Supreme Court Justices are deeply interested in the constitutionality of the new health care law’s key sections, and definite signs that they have been studying up for the task, they moved on Monday to get beyond the preliminaries and get set for Tuesday’s crucial two-hour hearing.
If you do not like the rash of intensely negative campaign commercials on television this year, the ones made possible by the court’s 2010 decision in Citizens United, then turn off the television.
The Supreme Court’s decision this week in U.S. v. Jones is the most important privacy development of the Roberts era.
The sponsors of the "Personhood Amendment" were betting on a change in the composition of the Supreme Court.
It has been the highest profile workplace discrimination case in history, and surely the biggest, and it played out against a background of law that included the Constitution.
Supreme Court to taxpayers: We're closed For business
Can police accept a statement from a dying man?
The lengthening political shadow of the Jan. 8 shooting rampage in Tucson will soon envelop tonight's State of the Union Address. But will it lead to a more Civil government?
Legally, corporations are "persons" but are they entitled to "personal privacy?"