Writers from across the political spectrum on the divisive debate on gun restrictions in the wake of the mass shooting in Florida last week.
The Border Patrol is aggressively using a little-known authority to set up checkpoints and search private property to crack down on illegal immigration.
Requiring candidates for Congress to run statewide could encourage compromise instead of obstruction.
Preserve, protect and defend: Trump is zero for three.
Justice Clarence Thomas dissented, saying the court had turned the Second Amendment into a “constitutional orphan.”
Joseph Percoco’s lawyer expenses in his corruption trial will easily reach six figures, but his financial problems would seem to preclude him from paying.
Curtis Dawkins, a fiction writer who is serving a life sentence for murder in Michigan, says his children shouldn’t have to pay for his sins.
The Polish lurch into illiberalism and rewritten history is an immediate danger to the European idea.
Writers from across the political spectrum on the predictable debate over gun control in the wake of a mass shooting.
The Supreme Court is set to consider the ban in a different case this spring, and it has let the ban go into effect in the meantime.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has remade the country’s political system and pioneered a model of one-party rule. His actions can be seen as part of a broader decline of democracy.
The president’s family business has teamed up with local developers on a Mississippi Delta hotel. The developers want financial relief from the state.
President Trump forces Americans to choose between patriotism and opposing him — and corrodes the military in the process.
Drew Findling, a criminal defense lawyer in the hip-hop capital, has become an advocate and father figure for rappers like Offset, of Migos, and Gucci Mane.
No wonder we are losing faith in our democracy.
My husband wrongly spent 14 years on death row. Kyle Duncan represented the people who put him there.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s off-the-court schedule is full, with at least nine public appearances over three weeks.
Lt. Alaric Piette knows he is unfit to be Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri’s only lawyer. But leaving his client with no one, he says, would be worse.
The referendum’s passage was widely seen as benefiting the first-term president, Lenín Moreno, at the expense of his three-term rival, Rafael Correa.
Lawmakers should pass a bill that would prohibit Trump from firing the special counsel without good cause.
The Office for Access to Justice was an Obama administration initiative to confront what it viewed as a crisis: the lack of quality legal aid for the poor.
As the president looks ahead to the 2020 campaign, law firms responding to the Russia inquiry continue to receive payments from re-election committees.
A law limiting the president’s power to fire the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is constitutional, a federal appeals court ruled.
Speaking on a radio show in 2016, Mr. Pruitt said that Donald Trump, if elected, would act in a way that is “truly unconstitutional.”
A public vote on whether to repeal a constitutional ban on abortion will test how much attitudes have changed in the country.
With rhetorical flourish, a Federal District Court judge says that Ravi Ragbir’s rights were violated when immigration officials detained him.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments next month in a First Amendment case on a Minnesota law that bars political T-shirts, hats and buttons at the polls.
Voters told President Evo Morales in a referendum it was time to retire. But he intends to run again, part of a tilt toward authoritarian tendencies among both the left and right in Latin America.
If partisan polarization continues to intensify, checks and balances will not save us.
As a series of firings and resignations roiled the first year of the Trump administration, Donald F. McGahn II maintained a low profile, but he has recently been thrust squarely into the public eye.
The bizarre shape of the state’s Seventh Congressional District makes it a headache just to tell who lives there. Few seem to lament a court order to redraw the map.
In a hearing on Thursday, the judge seemed unwilling to toss out a lawsuit alleging the president is violating the Constitution by continuing to own his businesses.
The man was captured in Syria as a suspected Islamic State fighter, and his case has raised novel issues about the rights of American citizens.