The Supreme Court turned back a constitutional challenge to a 40-foot war memorial cross in Maryland Thursday, finding that the monument does not violate the First Amendment.
The census is used to apportion seats in Congress among the states, draw district lines, and award federal aid.
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether states can prosecute illegal aliens for using fraudulent information to obtain employment, the justices announced Monday.
A Charlotte, North Carolina, woman has been sentenced to four months in prison for her role in an alien smuggling ring that runs from the Canadian border down to New York City.
The Post and other media outlets reported that Sandmann and his classmates were bullying Native American activist Nathan Phillips, based on a partial video clip. However, other media widely reported on the full video that demonstrated that wasn’t the case.
Two Boston residents who temporarily had been living in Swanton were indicted Monday by a federal grand jury on charges related to drug and firearm conspiracy.
Recovering the Founders’ limited conception of the judicial power is necessary to preserving the integrity of the American people as a self-governing people.
Federal district judges who preside over a portion of a single state have been able to block President Donald Trump’s actions 30 times through nationwide injunctions — far more than any other administration in history, according to the Justice Department.
Blanchard denies the police’s telling of events. He claims they exaggerated the incident, abused their authority and violated his rights under the Constitution.
The Buckeye Institute appealed a case to the United States Supreme Court that could prohibit forced public sector union representation if successful.
A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Fish and Wildlife Service was wrong to designate a 1,500 acre tract of land in Louisiana as a “critical habitat” for the endangered dusky gopher frog.