What's revealed when you follow the money?
Adversaries have been buying sway in Congress and the public eye by funding American professors who advocate for them, to the tune of $600M.
A signal victory for constitutional government.
Ahmed Ghailani, a key figure in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa, was cleared by a jury of 276 murder and attempted murder counts.
A ruling this week by a federal judge shows why the president and his AG were wrong in not conducting military tribunals for these unlawful combatants.
The administration has shown no deference to the rule of law while trying to close Yucca Mountain and halt deepwater drilling.
The Supreme Court has upheld the principle that a law be well-defined, not simply established when a jury decision is made on it.
A challenge to the statute that outlaws the provision of "material support" to terror groups went down to defeat.
This is really an extraordinarily harsh indictment of the decision-making processes of this administration.
The number of states challenging ObamaCare is growing, and legal strategies are being formulated targeting success in the Supreme Court.
The EPA's RRP rules force contractors to treat every home built before 1978 as a hazardous waste site. Will this do enough good to justify the cost?
Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins take a silly, immature stance with deadly serious consequences.
A round-up of different legal views from lawyers and scholars regarding the constitutionality of mandates in the bill and other issues that impact the legal case against ObamaCare.
Can YouTube be liable for infringing Viacom's copyright on videos Viacom uploaded to YouTube?
Is it constitutional to charge someone who assists a charity connected to a terrorist organization with aiding terrorism?
The Supreme Court has struck down onerous restrictions on free speech mandated by the 2002 Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act.
Isn't planning a show trial in a New York courtroom the same kind of mistake that led to 9/11?
Another inexplicable decision from the Holder Justice Department.
From New York to Las Vegas, authorities are cracking down on ACORN's corrupt voter registration practices. Finally.
There may be an attempt by some liberals to gut important provisions that will expire unless they are extended.
Why won't Attorney General Eric Holder file racketeering charges against this criminal enterprise?
Van Jones is either stupid or crazy. He needs to go — and fast. (See also Ron Radosh: "Van Jones Again: Is He Toast?")
Perhaps surprisingly, the administration is not violating any laws by collecting names of people who oppose the president's policies.
President Obama, post-racial? No. And with their silence, the NAACP and ACLU are complicit in voter intimidation.