In a 5-4 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the state of Ohio’s practice of purging people from voter registration rolls if they fail to vote in two federal elections.
The City Council of Seattle has placed a moratorium on advertising apartments on certain websites it deems dangerous to renters.
In an 8 to 1 decision, the Supreme Court upheld the Fourth Amendment's restriction against warrantless searches.
Acting Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Mick Mulvaney fired the Bureau's board on Wednesday, taking a step toward (hopefully) eliminating this unconstitutional agency.
In simple terms, under Florida’s “red flag” law — presently in place or being considered in more than two dozen other states — a person is guilty until proven innocent, and he must bear the costs of proving his innocence.
A former United States submariner is planning to sue former President Obama and former FBI Director James Comey for what he sees as unequal protection under the law.