By refusing to consider James Risen's petition, the Supreme Court lets stand its offensive and anti-First Amendment ruling from 1972.
A federal judge in Idaho has upheld a ruling declaring the NSA's collection of phone data to be constitutional.
Despite a rally in New Mexico, the federal government still refuses to open a gate allowing cattle access to water.
The National Security Agency (NSA) is using its controversial domestic surveillance program to gather millions of images from text messages and social media (e.g, Facebook) and then running the images against its facial recognition programs to identify those pictured.
The Supreme Court is scheduled to hand down decisions on several key constitutional issues in June, including recess appointments and the separation of powers doctrine.
Like many state and local officials across the country who are struggling against federal EPA regulations that are strangling their economies, Oklahoma Commissioner of Labor Mark Costello is frustrated — and fed up.
“Defense Support of Civil Authorities,” a Defense Department Directive issued on December 29, 2010, outlines the conditions under which federal military forces could be used to put down civil unrest. However, the directive states that such forces “shall not be used to quell civil disturbances unless specifically authorized by the president in accordance with applicable law or permitted under emergency authority.”
The Supreme Court on Monday extended its doctrine of "qualified immunity" to two cases, both unanimously.
A representative of the Convention of States organization penned another call for a convention filled with historical inaccuracies.