The latest news on Scalia, Antonin
Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan has played an important role in arguing for the U.S. government in favor of the expansion of powers and against criminal rights.
We should take special note of any sign that a justice, like Scalia, has a mind of his or her own.
Alito shakes his head at president’s rebuke on corporate spending, but others feel Obama was right.
The justice's favorite legal movie is My Cousin Vinny.
Probable GOP presidential nominee Sen. John McCain won't have to give any more speeches about the kind of conservative judges he'd appoint if he looks to Yahoo search engine users for advice.
Even Supreme Court justices get a break during the busy season.
Senate Democrats didn't spew venom and President Bush didn't respond with insults when they met Monday night for the black-tie Christmas Congressional Ball at the White House.
If 25 years ago the Federalist Society was a fringe legal group founded by a small group of conservative law students, the anniversary gala last night at Union Station signaled how the now 42,000-member organization has become one of the most powerful in the country.
Case pivots on vast differences in prison terms for crack and powder cocaine traffickers.