The Pennsylvania-based judge has written two majority opinions reviewed by the Supreme Court.
The outgoing first lady tells American students that “anything is possible” with a lot of hard work and education.
The Florida gunman had pledged allegiance to the militant group before he killed 49 Orlando clubgoers.
Of all 50 states, Mississippi came in last for weakening gun legislation this year.
In 1836, Virginia’s delegation refused to confirm the vice president-elect because he lived with a black woman.
One senator compared Trump’s opportunity to enact gun laws to President Richard Nixon’s visit to China in 1972.
The U.S. outranked China, Japan, Germany and the U.K.—combined—in firearm assaults.
Sykes wrote an opinion that ruled for employers in the fight over Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate.
See if you can catch the message the first time you watch the nonprofit’s new video.
Sandy Hook families argue the rifle used in the 2012 school massacre should not have been entrusted to civilians.
Radio host Alex Jones repeatedly has called the 2012 Connecticut massacre a “hoax” involving child actors.
The defense tried to block the case on the basis of a federal law that shields gun companies from legal action.
The foundation acknowledged it had transferred income or assets to a disqualified person.
A spokesman for President Mauricio Macri has denied the report.
Warren and others are criticizing Trump for a lack of diversity—both gender and racial—in his Cabinet picks.
The families argue that the sale of the military-style rifle used in the 2012 massacre violated Connecticut’s law.