1/8: The Supreme Court granted review in no new cases at its first 2018 conference, and denied hundreds of petitions for review in a list stretching more than 20 pages long, including some cases of interest to many Americans.
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a major case on digital privacy and global communications.
Parents, want to avoid having your kids unjustly accused of sexual assault? You might want to think twice before sending them to the University of Colorado and the University of Cincinnati.
House lawmakers passed legislation Thursday that would make suspected membership in the violent MS-13 street gang a sufficient cause for deportation.
These proposals would take the pressure off colleges to conduct quasi-criminal proceedings, which college administrators are ill equipped to do.
Deep-state prosecutors at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) seek to throw 85-year-old Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio behind bars in a federal prosecution plagued by egregious violations of due process and federal law.