The latest news on Supreme Court
Divorced couples should remember to update beneficiary forms
Women may have easier access and more coverage for abortions, pleasing some, angering others.
Liberal and moderate faith groups are joining the Christian right's annual Roe protest.
A new break in the story of Episcopal churches fighting for property.
Good for the women of the House.
Crush videos? That's disgusting.
Do justices hire like-minded clerks?
A law review study supports an article Rehnquist wrote in U.S. News 51 years before joining the court.
The late chief justice wrote in 1957 that law clerks' views could influence Supreme Court decisions.
Ali al-Marri is challenging the administration's policy of holding terrorist suspects indefinitely.