It is an issue that affects millions of American motorists: Can border patrol agents detain you simply because they believe you are being difficult? Last year, a federal court concluded that it was "reasonable" for border patrol agents performin
A Fox News legal analyst described Supreme Court nominee as a conservative -- even as he urged Republicans to block his confirmation and accused President Barack Obama of politicizing the process.
President Barack Obama nominated appeals court judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court on Wednesday, challenging Republicans to drop their adamant refusal to even consider his choice in an election year.
The conservative Judicial Crisis Network, which plans to spend at least $2 million on an advertising campaign to oppose Judge Merrick Garland's nomination, says the nominee "has a very liberal view of gun rights."
Barack Obama will announce his supreme court nominee on Wednesday morning, setting the stage for a showdown with the Republican-controlled Senate.
Some Senate Democrats say the Supreme Court filibuster needs to go, with the GOP refusing to even meet an Obama nominee.
Why are independent, strong-minded courts so important to a free society? One reason is that they - and often only they - are the ones who can stop government agencies from trampling on the rights of the citizens.
On the edge of what looks like could be the Democratic nomination for Hillary Clinton, word has come that Bryan Pagliano, the aide who setup the server, is working with the Department of Justice.
As you may already know, we are all over the news tonight. The Maricopa County Attorney decided to bring 2nd degree murder charges against the Mesa Police officer who shot and killed Daniel Shaver at the La Quinta Inn in Mesa.
The Justice Department granted immunity to the former State Department staffer who set up Hillary Clinton's private email server at her home. Here's what the FBI is looking to investigate and what it means for the Democratic presidential front-runner
"Apple scored a major legal victory in its ongoing battle against the FBI on Monday when a federal magistrate judge in New York rejected the U.S. government's request as part of a drug case to force the company to help it extract data from a lock
NY judge ruled in favor of Apple in the case of decryption
Apple scored a major legal victory in its ongoing battle against the FBI on Monday when a federal magistrate judge in New York rejected the U.S. government's request as part of a drug case to force the company to help it extract data from a locked
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was worth billions of dollars to corporate America, if a Dow Chemical settlement made public Friday is any indication.
In what should come as little surprise to anyone, most politicians are full of crap and will change their tune and position on an issue when it becomes politically expedient to do so.
A locked phone used by a dead terrorist initially may have seemed like the perfect test case for law enforcement to argue that it needs ways to get around advanced device security.
This exclusive club has everything: obscure rules, mysterious members, and weapons
Obama vetting Nevada governor for nomination could be strategy to break GOP blockade but may prompt resistance from Senate Democrats, experts say
Below are four letters to the Wall Street Journal in today's edition. The first three are in response to a commentary by Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, about the minefield of federal laws and sentencing. I like the third one, which draws an analogy to the
There is nothing noble, righteous, or even 'conservative' about it. It's a way for you to be abused via ignorance and inertia.
Within weeks, two low-profile legal disputes may determine whether an unprecedented wave of bankruptcies expected to hit U.S. oil and gas producers this year will imperil the $500 billion pipeline sector as well.
"We are not to simply bandage the wounds of victims beneath the wheels of injustice, we are to drive a spoke into the wheel itself."--Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Should the Supreme Court have the ability to overturn laws it determines are not constitutional? Was this the intent of the Framers of the Constitution? How might the danger of judicial tyranny be mitigated?
Scalia's body could have been flown directly to Virginia – but wasn't
The untimely death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has predictably created a political firestorm.
A judge has ordered Apple to bypass iPhone security in order for the FBI to attempt a brute-force password attack on an iPhone 5c used by one of the San Bernardino killers. Apple is refusing. The order is pretty specific technically. This implies
Wisconsin Supreme Court rules that cops do not need warrants to enter homes and seize evidence, effectively doing away with the Fourth Amendment.
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The circumstances surrounding the death of Senior Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia led some detectives to question why his body was not autopsied.
The Republican presidential candidates are wrong. Supreme Court nominees can and should be confirmed in election years.