As the Anthony murder trial enjoys the limelight, the public is ignoring far more important legal stories
Questions arise about due process protection and the provision of counsel in a "civil contempt" case
As the term nears its end, the Supreme Court rules in favor of corporate powerhouses
Forget about the Anthony Weiner for second to consider the day's news about the 10th Amendment, sentencing, and more
The team beat the Vancouver Canucks on the road to win its first championship since 1972
A look back at last August's Perry v. Schwarzenegger ruling on California's same-sex marriage ballot initiative
The Court rules in favor of the U.S. government against the Nation's claim of federal mismanagement of tribal funds
Gay rights opponents will fight to reinstate California's same-sex marriage ban on Monday, but the new judge should deny the challenge
Judges get blamed for their "activism," but the real problem is the failure of legislators to create clear laws
Longer than the Derby and Preakness, this race shows which horse is truly best
Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome slammed into Bruins forward Nathan Horton during Game 3 on Monday night—and was punished for it
Courts will see a rush of action before adjourning for the summer
In his home county, officials are investigating the outspoken Arizonan's fiscal mismanagement and the ways he targeted a politician
The story laid out in the indictment of the former VP nominee reads like Watergate meets Lewinsky meets All The King's Men
Former senator John Edwards was indicted Friday by a North Carolina grand jury. A warrant was also issued for his arrest.
The 9/11 mastermind is back on trial. This time, a conviction seems far more certain.
The neatness of the outcome in Ashcroft v. al-Kidd belies the Supreme Court's uncertainty about how the Fourth Amendment applies to the War on Terror.
A baker's grandson stays up overnight to make his special mandel bread—and tells his family's story in the process
But as with the ruling today on Wisconsin's anti-bargaining law, it's still too soon to say how the issue will play out in the end
The former attorney general regrets his role in the U.S. attorneys scandal. Here's what else he should lament.