The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Florida’s death-penalty practice, concluding that the state’s unique system, which combines a jury’s non-unanimous recommendation with a trial judge’s final decision, violates the Constitution’s Sixth Amendment.
These women and others want the Supreme Court to know about their experiences as the justices prepare for a key abortion-access case that arises out of Texas but can touch every state.
A USDA audit on school lunch and breakfast programs illustrated that there's no such thing as a free lunch after wrongdoing was uncovered.
The House on Friday passed a big energy and water spending bill that showcases the continuing federal discord over how to handle California's drought.
Campaign finance reform wins a victory as the Supreme Court decides to uphold a ban against judges seeking campaign cash.
After the Justice Dept.'s veto, Lance Armstrong might have to a make an offer more to the feds and his ex-partner Landis's likening.
Both sides are gearing up for the April 28 oral argument.
The tentative prognosis for Obamacare looks good.
The Supreme Court has a big decision to make on campaign finance.
Find out why Sonia Sotomayor is warning that her colleagues are "eroding the Fourth Amendment."
The federal government often faces major resistance when trying to work with local police.