"Cowboy Blob" and other online commentators fill the press box at the National Rifle Association convention.
Two recent, divergent court rulings on warrantless tracking suggest new technologies are straining old privacy standards.
Readers write about why Supreme Court justices should be empathetic, Obama's approach to the job of US president, and the importance of correctly attributing war crimes.
There's never been a Hispanic on the high court though they're 15 percent of the US population.
Two Florida teens were given life sentences without parole for nonlethal crimes. The top court will consider if the punishments are constitutional.
To prove aggravated identify theft – which brings a mandatory two years in jail – prosecutors must show defendants knew their fake IDs belonged to a real person.