While it appears there are votes to overturn restrictions on spending, Chief Justice Roberts may not want to be remembered by history for fighting for the richest Americans to take over government
Faced with a dismal job market, the legal profession may be undergoing fundamental change
In Shelby v. Holder, conservatives justices may seize an opportunity to scale back the Voting Rights Act, a 1965 law safeguarding Americans from discrimination at the ballot box
Everyone’s a critic these days, but defamation laws still exist in the Internet age
A recent vote in Congress continues to allow easy access to private correspondence
If you buy a Chase gift card for a friend or relative or employee, you may notice that it comes with snowflakes or bubbles or one of the other decorative choices the bank offers.
When Major Mary Jennings Hegar was serving as a captain in Afghanistan her aircraft was shot down by enemy fire while she and her crew were evacuating injured soldiers.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like the 1860s — and not just because Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln opened nationwide this past weekend.
One of the iconic images of the 2012 presidential election was also one of the most disturbing: voters waiting in line as long as nine hours to cast their ballot.
Court watchers have an exciting term up ahead, with cases involving gay marriage and affirmative action, both possibly destined to be heard