Inventors’ rights can be revoked through a controversial administrative process, the Supreme Court ruled by a seven-to-two margin on Tuesday, a move that promises to continue the trend of invalidation of hundreds of existing patents.
A new film about the case Kelo v. City of New London highlights that ruling and its effects on the ongoing efforts of nonprofit groups to push back against government abuse of eminent domain.
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch has hired Chickasaw Nation citizen Tobi Merritt Edwards Young, making her the first enrolled citizen of a Native American tribe to clerk for a justice on the Supreme Court.
President Donald Trump is seeking to elevate two state judges from his Supreme Court shortlist to federal courts.
Justice Neil Gorsuch was sworn in as the Supreme Court’s latest member one year ago today, marking the anniversary of what commentators at the time called President Donald Trump’s biggest win in his first hundred days in office.
The gag order against undercover videographer David Daleiden will remain in place.
Larry King claimed Wednesday that the Second Amendment was instituted to “ward off slave uprisings” and no longer has a function in the 21st century.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday vowed that the Second Amendment “will never be repealed” in response to former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens’ New York Times op-ed a day earlier.