The Bill of Rights be damned.
Law & the Courts
The presiding judge refused to dismiss the former national-security adviser's case on Thursday, after a federal appeals court ordered the judge to do so.
A New York prosecutor may pursue the president’s financial information. Congress, though, must relitigate its case in lower courts.
In an email today to members of the Yale law school community, Yale law school dean Heather Gerken has committed to take “swift and significant action” to “confront, challenge, and ...
More than 1.8 million people live in the part of the state affected by the ruling.
The dissent is a striking reminder of the need for judges who are protective of the religious liberty guaranteed by the Constitution.
Supreme Court Rejects Trump’s Bid to Shield Tax Returns from New York Prosecutor, but Rules Congress Must Wait
The Court voted seven to two against Trump, ruling that a Manhattan district attorney may obtain access to the president's tax returns.
A Washington Post columnist gets it all wrong on Little Sisters of the Poor.