The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a federal law prohibiting 'scandalous' trademarks from being registered constitutes a violation of the First Amendment.
SCOTUS affirmed the constitutionality of President Trump's decision to invoke national security in implementing tariffs on steel and aluminum.
1992—In Lee v. Weisman, a 5-justice majority, in an opinion by Justice Kennedy, rules that a nondenominational prayer delivered by a rabbi at a public school graduation ceremony violated the ...
Surprise: The supposedly nonpolitical bill to change how districts are drawn would … help Democrats.
2005—In an act of judicial passivism, a five-justice majority, in an opinion by Justice Stevens, rules in Kelo v. City of New London that the City of New London satisfies ...
To improve bureaucracy, limit it.
SCOTUS on Friday ruled that an illegal immigrant unaware that his legal status barred him from possessing a gun cannot be prosecuted for possession.
The Editors discuss Senator Josh Hawley’s internet censorship bill, Trump’s 2020 kick-off rally, and Biden’s continued decline as a presidential candidate.
A judge has appointed a special prosecutor to investigate Kim Foxx's handling of the investigation into Jussie Smollett's alleged hoax hate crime.
The fragmented Gundy Court suggests the nondelegation doctrine is not a dead letter.