Doctors, lawyers and others described the steps that people of color must take to avoid unwarranted suspicion and bolster their credibility.
Some have been deemed unqualified by the American Bar Association, and others have proved racially divisive, but that hasn’t necessarily stopped them from reaching the bench.
A reader says Ireland has a stake in restoring the right.
The two governments issued subpoenas in their case claiming President Trump has conflicts of interest that violate the Constitution’s emoluments clauses.
Help us learn more about the experiences of black people in the United States who exercise their rights to own and carry guns.
The decision modifies a state law that critics say deprives immigrants of their right to a jury trial for small offenses that could lead to deportation.
After a police officer mistakenly shot a black Army veteran on Thanksgiving, Noah said it appeared that “the Second Amendment is not intended for black people.”
Politicians try to undermine a constitutional amendment passed in a landslide this month.
An argument before the court considered whether to allow lawsuits over arrests made in retaliation for the exercise of First Amendment rights.
In an interview, the retired justice reflected on what he called some of the Supreme Court’s biggest missteps, the confirmation process, term limits and his decision to retire at 90.
What Trump v. John Roberts reveals about the Republic.
Figures in the conservative legal community saw Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.’s reproach as defending an independent judiciary.
In a Michigan case involving members of a small Muslim sect, the court found that only states, not federal prosecutors, could bring charges.
An earlier version of the program was canceled after critics raised questions about secrecy pledges and loyalty oaths.
Major law firms have emerged as fierce opponents to President Trump’s immigration policies. Lawyers say they’re defending the rule of law. Critics say it’s politics.
The lawsuit by Richard Blumenthal, Mazie K. Hirono and Sheldon Whitehouse is the latest effort to get President Trump’s designation of Matthew G. Whitaker as acting attorney general declared unlawful.
The U.S. government has its first chance to publicly present its account of one of the world’s most notorious drug kingpins.