The latest news on courts
The court in Boston found the 1996 federal law to be unconstitutional, setting the issue up for possible Supreme Court review.
A federal appeals court deems U.S. law discriminates against gay married couples.
The fight over contraception isn't over as the Church files 12 lawsuits saying the mandate violates the First Amendment.
It's just a matter of time until the United States gives gay Americans all the rights they are entitled to as citizens
Opening arguments in illegal campaign contributions case to begin on Monday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a legal skirmish between unions, the NFL Players Association is suing the NFL Coaches Association in D.C. Superior Court for about $650,000.
Young law clerks increasingly responsible for Supreme Court opinions.
U.S. and Afghan lawmakers disagree about where the alleged soldier-turned-murderer should be tried.
The abuse of chamber laws by Senate Republicans is causing a vacancy crisis in courts nationwide.
Gingrich shares his antagonism towards the judicial system with tyrants like Hugo Chavez.