A major law firm has withdrawn from defending DOMA in Court, and a public controversy has erupted.
The challenges to the Affordable Care Act will remain in the Courts of Appeals for now, but they’re still on a pretty fast track.
Zsa Zsa Gabor’s 67-year-old husband says he and the 94-year-old actress are seeking to have a child through a surrogate.
The systemic risks of financial institutions haven’t changed much since 2008.
Given the schedule they’re on in the Courts of Appeals, it is likely that the Supreme Court will rule on one or more of the lawsuits challenging the Constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act just before the start of the 2012 campaign.
They’re from the government, and they’re here to take that tasty snack out of your hands.
A 2005 concurring opinion from Antonin Scalia may be the piece of legal reasoning that ultimately saves the Affordable Care Act in the Courts.
What happened to the 15 million jobs that were supposed to be created in the past 10 years but weren’t?
The NFL’s “especially mercenary” push to extract new stadia from cities–even where the stadium’s practically brand-new.
Mitch McConnell made clear today that he’s targeting Barack Obama for defeat in two years.
As widely rumored, Fredi Gonzalez has been hired to manage the Atlanta Braves, following the retirement of the beloved Bobby Cox.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s wife Virginia is under scrutiny ? Why ? Because she has a job.
The new health care law’s individual mandate has survived it’s first legal challenge, and that’s not really a surprise.
A staffer for U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss left a threatening slur on an Internet discussion of the right of gays and lesbians to serve openly in the U.S. military.
The average federal government employee earns twice as much as the average private sector worker. An outrage? Not so much.
Another round of primaries last night made the playing field for November just a little bit clearer to see.
I don’t think Brett Favre’s actually retiring this year. But, by the looks of him, he’s earned it.
Journalism and the New Media combined in a feeding frenzy yesterday and a woman lost her job. She probably shouldn’t have.