The corporate coup that Justice Harlan Fiske Stone attempted to thwart nearly a century ago is complete. His worst fears are our nightmare.
A legal complaint, compounded by Robert Mueller’s ongoing probes, could give the president many sleepless nights.
We'll be sentenced Monday for an act of civil disobedience that was neither violent nor angry. Rather it was a plea to government to be responsive to the people.
According to opponents of the Polish government, new legislation violates judicial independence and the rule of law.
We can appreciate the full import of Gorsuch’s position on the Supreme Court only by analyzing his written orders and decisions.
The ban has set the stage for a Supreme Court battle over executive powers later this year. (Pictured: A Muslim woman awaits a relative's arrival at the Los Angeles airport on Thursday.)
The Supreme Court is letting the administration mostly enforce its 90-day prohibition of travelers from six predominantly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders.
The ruling for an Asian-American band named the Slants is expected to help the Washington Redskins in their fight to keep the team name, which many find insulting.
The court was far ahead of the times—and public opinion—in its ruling in the landmark case of Loving v. Virginia. (Pictured: Mildred and Richard Loving.)