It is left to the higher courts, I suppose, to tease out what experiences we can expect to have after death.
There should be no question that capital punishment is constitutional. It is referred to repeatedly in the Constitution.
One-time defenders of unsavory Clinton and Obama pardons are outraged by the president’s commutation of his old associate’s 40-month sentence.
The Court’s decision in Chiafalo v. Washington seems sure to intensify the partisan fight over the Electoral College’s future.
A New York prosecutor may pursue the president’s financial information. Congress, though, must relitigate its case in lower courts.
A victory for the Little Sisters of the Poor, but the case will drag on.
The Court also invalidated an exemption in a federal statute that bars robocalls.
It is laughable for Biden, of all people, to claim that Trump’s administration has been a gift to Putin.
The designation bars Huawei and ZTE from access to money in the Universal Service Fund, an $8.3 billion account for developing and maintaining secure networks