federal courts

If people are continuing to be detained and screened that would not have been before the executive order was issued, then we may well have a constitutional crisis on our hands.
The long-running case seeks to hold accountable a military contractor blamed for egregious abuses.
Ali Hamza Ahmad al Bahlul had been convicted of conspiracy to commit war crimes.
A federal court had found that Virginia's districts were drawn in a way that resulted in racial discrimination, so new districts
You can't be prosecuted for uploading a selfie while you cast your vote.
A federal judge ordered the state to read its artificial insemination rules in "gender-neutral terms."
Appointed in the apex of the civil rights era, Damon Keith gave his own court a haunting reminder of a history he knows well.
Missouri can’t keep secret the names of those who provide it with pentobarbital, a deadly anesthetic.
An appeals court rejected a softening device that would've made it easier for people without a voter card.
Unfortunately, although we depend on the Fisheries Service to get it right, its latest authorization to the Navy just this
A Rhode Island city that counts inmates, but doesn't represent them, violates the "one person, one vote" principle.