Answers to common questions about the Supreme Court's ruling in the Affordable Care Act decision.
In honor of the 225th Anniversary of the signing of the Constitution, here are 11 things you didn't know about what is and isn't in our Constitution.
With an insane defendant, a dismissed judge, social network leaks and a call for a revoke of the death penalty, Norway will see its trial of the century.
Judge Fred Biery decided to have some fun when it came to issuing an opinion on a San Antonio ordinance regulating strip clubs.
From health care reform to nudity on television, the Supreme Court still has 17 cases awaiting an opinion. Here are 2012's five most important cases.
The Supreme Court has just authorized the most significant expansion of federal power since the New Deal. The ruling takes away our liberty.
James Holmes viciously murdered 12 people and injured 58 others in Aurora, Colorado. The preliminary hearings are in process. Holmes murdered in cold blood, and deserves death.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that may spell the doom of affirmative action admissions policies in higher education.