--in a temporary order signed off by Ruth Bader Ginsburg
A biased California judge dropped six of the 15 bogus charges filed against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt related to their undercover investigation of Planned Parenthood, which resulted in shocking videos that alarmed Americans nationwide.
The Supreme Court meets Friday to consider for the first time whether the Constitution gives homeless people a right to sleep on the sidewalk.
The recent hospitalization of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg following a year of health scares has raised the prospect of a Supreme Court vacancy in an election year and a partisan battle royal that would likely surpass the impeachment fight.
A King County judge ruled in favor of 23-year-old Charles Donnelly and ordered the state to return his legally-owned firearms to him after they were seized under red-flag laws in early October because he made jokes about violence against women on the
The Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been released from a Baltimore hospital where she had been treated for a possible infection.
Roger Stone Found 'Guilty' of Lying to Congress While Democrat Liars Evade Prosecution
Documents allegedly leaked by the Ukrainian General Prosecutor's office to CD Media show payments of $3.5 million from Burisma Holdings to Rosemont Seneca Bohai LLC, a corporation controlled by Hunter Biden's partner, Devon Archer. Both Hunter Bi
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg missed Wednesday's U.S. Supreme Court argument session, staying home with what a court spokeswoman said was a stomach virus.
A 33-year-old orangutan granted legal personhood by a judge in Argentina is settling into her new surroundings at the Center for Great Apes in central Florida.
The Allegheny Court of Common Pleas on Monday struck down Pittsburgh's ban on the use of AR-15s inside city limits.
A federal judge in Kentucky on Monday partially reopened Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann's $250 million defamation lawsuit against The Washington Post, which the same judge dismissed in July.
It's like reading something out of Solzhenitsyn: A courtroom that is nothing more than a stage for a grotesque parody of justice, some sort of theater meant to satisfy God only knows what audience;