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John Roberts is about to spend more time in the spotlight than he ever has since confirmed in 2005. At stake: the legacy of his beloved Supreme Court.
Harvey Weinstein faces a criminal trial this week that could put him in prison for the rest of his life. He's charged with rape and sexual assault.
The volume of confirmed judges is arguably the greatest achievement of Mr. Trump’s first term, and undoubtedly will be his longest lasting.
Even as the Justice Department moves to resume capital punishment, nationwide use of the death penalty continues to contract, a new report finds.
An aerial picture shows the Castle of Visegrad covered in hoarfrost in the foggy dawn in Visegrad, Hungary, Jan. 17.
The Supreme Court found an unconstitutional pattern of excluding African American jurors for the six separate trials of a Mississippi murder case.
A case backed by the National Rifle Association is at the Supreme Court. The case challenges restrictions on licensed gun owners transporting guns.
Amid concerns about the money pouring into judicial election campaigns around the country, some hope a Delaware case could spur a reform movement.
At airports and other ports of entry, phones and computers are often searched. A federal court said warrantless searches violate the Fourth Amendment.
The massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was largely forgotten, even by those living in the state. But as many as 300 black people died.
The Supreme Court’s decision could have major consequences both for presidential power and for the 700,000 DACA recipients.
Some Donald Trump critics are calling for the use of the 25th Amendment to remove a president who is “unable to discharge [his] powers and duties.”
New York City Council voted to close Rikers and build four new smaller jails. They also plan to reduce the jail population by more than half.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today on whether federal law prohibits employment discrimination against LGBTQ people.
The U.S. Supreme Court, which started its term Monday, has a docket filled with culture war issues like LGBTQ rights, abortion, and religious liberty.
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