U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said Tuesday night that the lack of diversity in race, gender and background poses a "huge danger" to the judiciary, both federal and state
A challenge by a group of individuals and businesses to the Internal Revenue Service's enforcement of a provision of the federal health care law survived the government's attempt to dismiss the case,
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In 1999, Dennis Dolinger was stabbed to death in his home. More than a decade later, the man convicted on a murder charge will get a new trial. The District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled Septemb
Check out the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel Web page and you'll find hundreds of legal opinions, dating to 1992. Is that all there is? Not at all
Members of Congress are sending the U.S. Supreme Court a message: Let us pray
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The U.S. Supreme Court's rulings Wednesday on same-sex marriage were met with cheers of "victory" from civil rights organizations nationwide, while conservative groups maintained the decisions left t
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