As the U.S. Supreme Court begins a monthlong holiday recess, court watchers await the unwrapping of decisions in some of the term's hot-button cases
... Judicial Watch Inc. v. Internal Revenue Service (No. 13-CV-01759, Nov. 7) Assigned to Judge Emmet Sullivan. Freedom of Information...
...for justices. To update the debate, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press held a forum on October 25 at the National...
The U.S. Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel regularly is called upon to advise executive agencies on matters ranging from the extent of executive privilege to the lawfulness of recess appoi
...up tens of thousands of Americans' emails. The government fought a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit to keep it secret. Last week...
Sometimes the justices take better approaches to the search for the meaning of words than at other times, according to a lawyer-student of linguistics. And sometimes they get the answer wrong. Consid
...the court should be allowed. "Yes, my notion of freedom has changed since I became a justice of the Supreme Court"...
Can the FCC really announce a new rule on fleeting expletives via Twitter
National Law Journal
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