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Justices consider whether the right to habeas corpus extends to U.S. citizens held abroad.
The American Civil Liberties Union is applauding today's decision by the Supreme Court not to review a lower court's ruling that a prison in Maricopa County, Ariz., did not have the right to restrict female prisoners' access to abortion.
The D.C. gun case exposes strange bedfellows and internal rifts in the administration.
In a landmark case, the Supreme Court considers just how far the Second Amendment's freedoms go.
The Committee for Justice, the conservative group that was instrumental in promoting the Supreme Court nominations of Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito, took aim this morning at Democratic presidential front-runner Barack Obama for comments he made during the justices' confirmation debates.
The ruling gives the FDA the final word, but legal experts say it's not as extensive as it appears.
Even Supreme Court justices get a break during the busy season.
What this week's Supreme Court ruling means for people with retirement accounts.
As the Florida recount implodes, the high court decides Bush v. Gore
Court hears oral arguments on Indiana legislation.