There may have been more talk about dogs at the U.S. Supreme Court than at the American Kennel Club Wednesday, as the justices heard arguments in two cases involving the state of Florida and drug-sniffing police dogs.


How far may police officers with drug-detecting canines go in sniffing around the outside of a home before obtaining a search warrant?

On Thursday, concealed carry permit holders will no longer have to conceal their firearms in Oklahoma. But how long will it take the rest of state residents to regain that right?

In the final installment of this three-part series we examine the constitutional considerations of a national popular vote initiative.

The Supreme Court will decide whether to allow a constitutional challenge to the government's warrantless surveillance to go forward.