Maryland state officials used a massive facial-recognition database to identify the man suspected in the Capital Gazette shootings.
The U.S. delegation to the UN Programme of Action promised “full implementation” of the gun-control agreement.
Once again the president is keeping his word by putting only constitutionalist judges on his select list of potential picks to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.
It has been a great June at the Supreme Court: A ruling that government unions cannot force government employees to pay dues, if they are not union members, threatens a huge funding source for the Left.
Justice Anthony Kennedy, the 81-year jurist known as the Supreme Court’s “swing vote,” announced Wednesday his retirement from the bench. Kennedy’s exit marks the end of a 31-year High Court career and, hopefully, the beginning of more constitutionally sound SCOTUS opinions.
The saying, "The road to Hell is paved with good intentions" may very well apply to a misguided effort to rein in the federal bureaucracy's making laws through rule-making.
The Supreme Court overturned a California law forcing pregnancy centers, which oppose abortion, to tell their clients how to get state-funded abortions.
In a 5-4 decision in the case of Carpenter v. U.S., the Supreme Court stood up for the Fourth Amendment and protected the privacy of cellphone location data.
Are the four commitments made by President Trump at the Singapore summit constitutionally enforceable?