The decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion is as big a pro-business, pro-corporate ruling as we've ever seen from the Roberts' Court
To suggest that Judge Vaughn Walker could not preside over a trial on gay marriage because he is gay defies all legal reasoning
We were told lies so that we would support the political and ideological priorities of the men who told them
A Washington attorney quits and calls out his colleagues as cowards when his firm drops the case defending the anti-gay marriage law
A dispute between Big Pharma and Vermont may impact legal precedent on information technology and privacy for years to come
The Human Rights Campaign's misguided case against Paul Clement's law firm ignores the basic tenets behind the counsel of law
The famous owner of many fine racing horses has died at the age of 81
In pursing online poker and celebrity liars, the government actually shores up the accuracy and reliability of our nation's justice system
As the race approaches, a case for a gorgeous three-year-old colt and his Arkansan trainer
The quotable justice explores the difference between being sued by a brother and sued by a stranger in an instant-classic footnote
Speaker Boehner wants Congress to deduct the costs of defending DOMA from the Justice Department's budget. Here's a better idea.
The retelling of the Exodus and a day of Massachusetts boozing are uncannily similar. So which holiday is better?
As American Electric Power v. Connecticut prepares to go to the High Court, previewing what role the federal courts will take, if any, in restricting greenhouse gas emissions
From the you can't make this up files: The colorful law-and-order Maricopa County sheriff is now accused of cooking the books and stiffing Arizona prisoners to the tune of $99.5 million.
When it comes to knowing what really happened with the homerun king and steroids, we're not much further along than we were when the trial started
The appeals court order is another legal defeat for Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer
Supreme Court has failed to give the the nation and the rest of the world much useful instruction on how to "constitutionally" handle the detainees
With government shutdown looming, a Republican House representative looks to World War II for guidance
Activists want to force Elena Kagan to recuse herself from the High Court showdown over the health-care law. They have a weak hand.
Antonin Scalia, the Court's legendary dissenter, may finally have some competition