A late night attack at a shopping mall, and a suspect still at large have raised tensions in Seattle.
An Oklahoma police officer has been charged in the shooting death of an African-American man while North Carolina authorities continue to balk on releasing a video in a shooting case there.
After two questionable police shootings, protests erupted overnight in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Just about two days after setting off bombs in New Jersey and New York City, a suspect is in custody.
After a unanimous Supreme Court victory, Bob McDonnell won’t be facing another corruption trial.
Athletes are sitting out the Star Spangled Banner to air their grievances. Management is pushing back.
A long way off, but there are some important pre-trial matters to resolve between now and then.
Comments from one Republican Senator are raising the possibility we could see hearings and a vote on Merrick Garland during the post-election lame duck session of Congress.
A Federal Court has barred the Federal Government from enforcing guidelines on the rights of transgender students in public schools.
Early indications are the Ruth Bader Ginsburg and other older Justices don’t plan on leaving any time soon.
A Federal Judge in North Dakota has struck down that state’s Voter ID Law, the fourth such decision in less than a month.
Big losses for proponents of Voter ID laws in two swing states.
After four straight losses, prosecutors in Baltimore are throwing in the towel in the Freddie Gray case.
Thirty five years after trying to kill President Reagan, John W. Hinckley Jr. is close to being a free man.
A big setback for one of the most restrictive Voter ID Laws in the country.
Another acquittal in Baltimore leads to questions about whether or not prosecutors should continue with the trials against the officers involved in the Freddie Gray matter.
Another targeted killing aimed at police.
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady has abandoned his option to appeal the ‘Deflategate’ ruling to the Supreme Court and will serve his four game suspension beginning in September.
Justice Ginsburg walks back her comments about the presumptive Republican nominee.
Tom Brady and the N.F.L. Player’s Association suffered another legal setback in their appeal of the ‘Deflategate’ suspension.
Justice Ginsburg made some recent comments about the election that have, to say the least, raised some eyebrows.
The Dallas shooting spree ended with police killing the perpetrator with a drone. I’m okay with that.
Two cases quite a distance from each other, but in both police seem to be acting with a ‘shoot first, ask questions later’ attitude, especially when it comes to African-American men.
If the allegations of a new lawsuit are true, things are truly lurid behind the scenes at Fox News Channel.
Mississippi tried to provide special protection to opponents of same-sex marriage and transgender rights. A Federal District Court Judge, properly, finds the law to be unconstitutional.
In a sign that the ongoing F.B.I. investigation into her use of a private email server and handling of classified information is coming to an end, the former Secretary of State was interviewed by Federal Agents today.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch will essentially recuse herself from making a decision about indictments in the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server.
The Supreme Court won’t hear the appeal of a pharmacist who objects to providing the ‘morning after’ pill.
When it comes to the protections of the Fourth Amendment, it doesn’t matter if you’re “guilty” or “innocent,” it protects all of us.
Depending on the outcome of the election, the Supreme Court’s just concluded term will most likely be remembered as the point at which the Court’s rightward tilt that began at the end of the Warren Court Era came to an end.
In overturning former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell’s conviction, the Supreme Court has sent a powerful message to overly zealous prosecutors.
The Supreme Court has handed down a major abortion rights ruling that reaffirms the central reasoning of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and makes it less likely that Roe will ever be overturned.
The Supreme Court balances the Fourth Amendment against public safety concerns and, for the most part, gets it right.
In a somewhat surprising opinion from Justice Kennedy, the Supreme Court upheld the University of Texas’s race-based admissions program.
Thanks to a 4-4 tie, President Obama’s temporary immigration relief program remains blocked by a Federal Court Injunction.
The trial of the man who was believed to be the most culpable in the death of Freddie Gray has been acquitted, calling the entire prosecution strategy into question.
The Supreme Court has once again issued a ruling that further chips away at the protections of the Fourth Amendment.
Stopping the next Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Syed Farook, or Omar Mateen is likely to be a lot more difficult than the politicians on either side of the aisle are leading us to believe.
Continuing a pattern that began six years ago, the Supreme Court has again declined to hear an appeal in a case involving a challenge to state gun control laws.
Clarence Thomas is the latest Supreme Court Justice to be the subject of retirement rumors. You should treat these rumors skeptically.
“Common sense” measures and the worst shooting spree in American history.
Sprinter Oscar Pistorius served only one year in prison after being convicted of manslaughter. Now, he’s facing fifteen years in prison after being convicted of murder in the same case.