The Supreme Court announced Monday that it would hear arguments in the case of a Pennsylvania farm owner whose case could potentially overturn part of a previous ruling that critics have attacked as making it much harder for property owners to protect their rights in federal court.
Sen. Ben Sasse (R., Neb.) said the Alabama Senate race looks “crappy” during a podcast interview on Wednesday, describing Republican candidate Roy Moore as a product of “white backlash grievance” identity politics.
The Justice Department argued Tuesday that a California community college’s speech policies created unconstitutional prior restraint that depressed free expression, supporting a student’s lawsuit claiming that the school violated his First Amendment rights.
Prominent Democrats are flocking to a group of psychologists who are increasing their involvement in politics by asserting that President Donald Trump is psychologically disturbed.
PHILADELPHIA—Nobody, as far as I know, gets off from work to observe Constitution Day. It’s yet to be honored with a “doodle” from Google, which both this year and the last marked Constitution Day with separate graphics honoring Honduran Teachers’ Day.
Sen. Ben Sasse (R., Neb.) on Thursday warned President Donald Trump to “forget about” considering a move to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions while the Senate is in recess.
The attorneys general of Maryland and Washington, D.C. are intending to bring a suit against President Donald Trump, alleging that he has violated the Constitution by accepting payments and benefits from foreign governments while in office.