A proposed amendment to the Missouri constitution would protect electronic communication from unwarranted searches and seizures.
The Republican Party of South Dakota approved a resolution over the weekend calling for the impeachment of President Obama, citing multiple violations of his oath of office to uphold the U.S. Constitution and faithfully execute the laws passed by Congress. The measure, which was narrowly passed by delegates at the state GOP convention on Saturday, comes amid a growing national movement to remove Obama from power — or at least take urgent measures to rein in the lawlessness. Supporters of the effort across America celebrated the move as an important milestone in restoring accountability and constitutional government.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals held that the federal government may not indefinitely retain seized computer files.
A judge is considering demanding a rewrite of the summary of a proposed constitutional amendment in Missouri that will go before voters in an effort to shore up gun rights.
In order to comply with a new state law, cities and counties in Kansas must repeal all non-compliant gun control regulations.
At its biennial meeting, the UN's Programme of Action calls for the tracking and destruction of small arms and ammunition, as well as civilian disarmament.
Does holding a public high school graduation in a church building violate the First Amendment ban on an establishment of religion? It's a question the U.S. Supreme Court chose not to answer.
The federal government has placed Endangered Species Act protection around a mouse and chicken, cutting off water rights to ranchers in southern New Mexico.
In a court filing, the NSA claimed that its surveillance systems were too complex to stop without harming national security.
The anti-abortion Susan B. Anthony List may proceed with its First Amendment suit against Ohio over the state's enforcement of a ban on "false" political speech, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 9-0 decision issued Monday.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals handed down a decision declaring the warrantless tracking of cellphone location data to be a violation of the Fourth Amendment.