Trump's DOJ resumed federal capital punishment after a 17-year hiatus, overseeing more executions than any president in 120 years.
Senate Republicans refused to hold hearings for Garland when he was nominated to the court by Barack Obama in 2016.
Coke sells its product as the "pause that refreshes." Coca-Cola might refreshingly pause in its latest scheme to achieve racial justice.
Curtailing the right to associate and speak anonymously would do profound damage in the current political climate.
My case started when officials at Georgia Gwinnett College stopped me from speaking about my faith on campus.
The former president and his Republican allies have lost dozens of election-related lawsuits filed in the wake of the November race.
The amendment's supporters say that without a constitutional amendment, women are left to fight long, costly court battles to ensure they receive the same civil rights and legal protections given to men.
The honeymoon period for giant internet companies is long gone, and no one is under more scrutiny than Google.
Woke corporations in America today think they can fire employees for their politics without legal liability. They're mistaken.
Its curt rejection on Monday responded to demands for "extraordinary" action to be taken in the "Kraken" cases.
On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that Santa Clara County, California, could not enforce a ban on indoor worship services due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Harvard College maintains noxious de facto racial quotas to penalize Asian-Americans, redolent of the anti-Jewish Ivy League quotas of the early 20th century.
Social media users including Christine Pelosi, daughter of Nancy Pelosi, called for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' wife Ginni Thomas to be investigated for past comments on Monday.
Trump called an investigation led by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance a continuation of the "greatest political witch hunt" in America's history.
The ruling clears the way for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr'.s investigation into the former president to move forward.
President Biden has nominated a deeply unqualified man with a long history of antagonism toward people of faith. Becerra has consistently used his power to punish political opponents in pursuit of an ideological agenda.
"Requiring both women and men to register for the selective service is a long overdue next step," read an amicus brief supported by General Michael Hayden.
The justices should have berated Germany, not rewarded it.
The Biden administration can fulfill the promise to end the federal death penalty immediately and for many years to come without congressional action.
In a 6-3 decision, a divided Supreme Court on Friday night sided with religious rights in ruling that California cannot continue its ban on indoor church services.
Her dissent pointed to numerous concerns in the high court's ruling that allows churches to resume services at limited capacities.
California had sought to ban all indoor worship in the counties most badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
"As long as Biden continues to push this hard-left agenda down the throats of Americans there's not going to be any unity," Pastor Robert Jeffress told Fox Business.
Dustin Higgs was the 13th and final person put to death since the Trump administration restarted federal executions.
Biden is looking at a judiciary that will take seriously the separation of powers and will not let itself become a policy-making body.
Is McConnell's legacy more transformative than Trump's? The Senate Majority Leader took Trump under his wing, got his judges appointed and tax cuts passed, but clashed with him in the president's final days.
In a series of tweets Saturday, the president attacked a variety of people and departments for not backing his voter fraud claims.
Santa Clara County counsel James Williams described the situation as "quite concerning and a bit ironic."