As the Supreme Court considers how to rule on Obergefell v. Hodges — a case challenging marriage bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee, for which it heard oral arguments on April 28 — Representative Steve King (R-Iowa) has introduced legislation that would strip the High Court from deciding cases related to marriage.

 

When city officials in Harrisonburg, Virginia, ordered a church to remove its pro-life posters, the Rutherford Institute took their case and the officials backed off.

Thanks to increasing pressure from the public and from publications such as ARS Technica and the Wall Street Journal to disclose just how the Justice Department is obtaining and using their cell phone information, the DOJ announced that it will start, slowly, revealing more about its surveillance of Americans.

The wording of an immigration test is the latest example of the Obama administration's aim to reduce the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment.

The BBC reports on several state efforts to shut down NSA facilities.

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