The chief justice is the linchpin holding the individual mandate intact. Go figure.
I am a single father and a work-at-home dad. The duality of my life is always with me. It's my anchor -- in many senses of the word.
...you're in for a good show. Yesterday's gulf of opinions on the juvenile-sentencing case is just a warning tremor for the deep fractures that are sure to divide the Court on Thursday.
Between Scalia's frustrated dissent and the chief justice's silence, it's impossible to look at today's ruling without seeing the shadow of the health care case.
House Republicans have resorted to partisan finger-pointing over 3 percent of the guns crossing the border -- and ignored the other 97 percent.
One of the last works of a quintessential American artist
A continuing series on the nation’s prisons
The Eighth Amendment prohibits the "cruel and unusual punishment" of inmates. So how will the Bureau of Prisons defend itself at Supermax?
Yesterday's decision in Williams v. Illinois should have been simple. But not with these justices.
In a lawsuit filed yesterday, these inmates at America's most famous and secure prison allege a cycle of abuse and madness, neglect, and retribution.
A detailed new lawsuit alleges chronic abuse and neglect of mentally ill prisoners at America's most famous prison.
The families of his victims were allowed to watch him die, but in the years that passed, many were left without a sense of finality. A new book follows these people, searching for an answer to a powerful question: When does a tragedy end?
Yes, there won't be a Triple Crown-winner this year. But the decision shows how important it is to take injuries seriously.
Horse racing phenom I'll Have Another has more riding on his back than an historic victory.
A new federal lawsuit alleges that officials at America's most famous prison are legally responsible for the suicide of an inmate.
The iconic songwriter's lyrics still resonate in America today, especially when time is taken to listen to the lesser known verses.
You don't have to have a shred of respect for the man -- and you probably don't -- to appreciate what a waste of precious time this case has been for the Justice Department.
While today's ruling is a victory for equality advocates, questions about the law's premise remain to be decided by the Supreme Court.
On the eve of Triple Crown drama, Penny Chenery, the grand dame of horse racing, calls out I'll Have Another's owner and implores the industry to do better.
Alex Blueford was acquitted of first degree murder. Now he may be tried for it again.