In the 19th century, the State of Michigan passed a law making it a crime to expose a marked ballot. A violator would face a 90 day jail sentence and the ballot
With the 2016 presidential race in its homestretch and a vacancy on the Supreme Court, now is the time to take a look at the Fourth Amendment right to be secure from
The Supreme Court finally received some coverage in the third presidential debate. With the Supreme Court split in a 4-4 partisan configuration, many important issues will be determined by the 2016 election.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has released a plan for “ethics reform.” Donald Trump would like to “drain the swamp” of “corruption.” The five-point plan covers one key issue: lobbying. Here is
A federal appeals court upheld a lower court decision that banned neon signs and particularly an illuminated peace sign from a landmark building in Manhattan for zoning regulations. Brigitte Vosse had placed
A federal judge in Florida extended the deadline for residents to register to vote in the 2016 election though today at 5 PM. The extension came as an emergency measure after Hurricane
Important differences emerged in the second presidential debate on October 9, 2016. The candidates were finally questioned about Supreme Court Justices. Martha Raddatz was one of the moderators. She turned to audience
A U.S. federal court of appeals ruled against the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe late Sunday evening and denied its request for an emergency injunction
Written by Nina Knight, staff writer at original source Common Dreams.
A federal district court has thrown out extensive gun regulations as unconstitutional after a military veteran challenged a major gun restriction law in Northern Mariana. Here comes extensive coverage. The Commonwealth of
The federal government issued a secret subpoena to order all kinds of data from accounts associated with two phone numbers at Open Whisper Systems (OWS). Because of the data storage policy of