What the famous Canadian actor -- and, according to our reader poll, potential monarch -- has to say about his homeland
Credit where due: Nixon-appointee and U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Tauro is the man who struck the mortal blow against the law
In the nation's history, only two Native Americans have ever been confirmed by the Senate for a job on the federal bench
A judge is forced to make a "Sophie's choice" when divvying up damages after a horrendous passenger train crash
William J. Nealon, sitting in the Middle District of Pennsylvania, has become the longest-serving jurist in the history of the 3rd Circuit
The 11-time all-star pitcher may be off the hook, but only thanks to an embarrassing mistake by federal prosecutors
The iconic pitcher's lawyer is trying to convince jurors his client was tricked into lying under oath. Will it work?
HBO's new documentary sheds light on the misconceptions surrounding tort reform
The negotiations between professional football team owners and players opens up the world of labor disputes to a whole new audience
The Court blew off warnings that executing the Mexican citizen would "place the United States in irreparable breach" of international law
While Americans fixated on this trial, they ignored thousands of other murder cases
The iconic pitcher has been charged with lying to Congress, and the U.S. government should take those accusations seriously
The accuser's statements no longer appear reliable. Was the former International Monetary Fund chief the victim of a rush to judgment?
The facts laid out by the paper virtually guarantee that prosecutors would lose the case if they were to proceed to trial
Happy Dominion Day! Isn't it time for the country to appoint a native monarch of its own?
The Bush appointee and former clerk to Justice Scalia surprisingly rules in favor of the health care law- but is his opinion as liberal as it appears?
6th Circuit Judges differ on the definition of "activity" as it applies to the individuals and the purchasing of health insurance
When it comes to the highest court in the land, it's worth taking a second look at the minority opinions
The former Illinois governor was doomed by his own big mouth
The fate of two free-speech cases illustrates the Supreme Court's ideological divide