“I don’t want to be remembered for my tennis accomplishments.” –Arthur Ashe
Launching a massive new social program is a heavy duty project. Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has saved Obamacare—The Affordable Care Act—for the second time and signs of relief from its supporters have subsided, there is a certain amount of buyer’s remorse circulating in liberal media circles. Show More Summary
The sixth day of action at Wimbledon 2015 sees home favourite Andy Murray return to Centre Court. Here's the complete list of matches at SW19 for Saturday
Chicago officials have issued more than $1.2 million in penalty payment checks to hundreds of paramedics who a federal court judge determined had been shortchanged on overtime pay.
You Ought to Have a Look is a feature from the Center for the Study of Science posted by Patrick J. Michaels and Paul C. (“Chip”) Knappenberger. While this section will feature all of the areas of interest that we are emphasizing, the...Show More Summary
PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Panama's Supreme Court on Friday approved a third investigation against ex-president Ricardo Martinelli, this time on suspicion he issued illegal pardons to allies while in office between 2009 and 2014.
Over in Europe, Google has agreed that users had the right to be forgotten, meaning that users could submit requests to Google to have any information on them that comes up in search results erased. Of course it should be pointed out that this only applies to Google’s search results, and that other search engines could potentially list those details. Show More Summary
Last week, the Supreme Court gave a historic blow to the right wing conservatives by ruling that gay marriage is now legal in all 50 states. However, Fox News stars Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity made sure that their core conservative...Show More Summary
You've surely seen it by now, and often enough to induce nausea -- the hashtag #LoveWins that quickly trended after the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. Judging by the juvenile reactions to the ruling from gay marriage proponents, one doubts that genuine love would spew such venom in victory.
Heartbroken Heather Watson will end up as a major star according to world No 1 Serena Williams. The 23-year-old Brit pushed to world No 1 all the way before finally losing 6-2, 4-6, 7-5.
COURT REPORT: Tennis sage Stuart Fraser rounds up all the stories from SW19, featuring a packed Henman Hill, Andy Murray keeping a Hawk-Eye on things and why Maria Sharapova missed a classic.
By JUDGE TOM JACOBS What would life in America look like if just one Supreme Court justice voted differently? In the court’s 2014-2015 term that ended on June 30, 2015, 19 cases out of 76 decisions were based on a 5-4 vote by the nine justices. Click here to read the story. Photo by Wally Gobetz
Join Sportsmail for all the updates on day five at Wimbledon as Heather Watson and Serena Williams - the six-time champion - serve up a Friday night thriller on Centre Court.
World No 1 Novak Djokovic has booked his place in Wimbledon's fourth round with a stunning straight sets victory over Australia's Bernard Tomic on Centre Court.
Avery Taylor and Shayne Lund are a young couple in Canada whose rather innocent outward appearance conceals some of the sickest desires and crimes imaginable — crimes that both have now admitted in court, and on Thursday, were revealed in graphic detail. Show More Summary
Comic con fans are starting the countdown as the huge international festival is just around the corner, but while fans of the organization are gearing up in excitement, San Diego Comic-Con International faces a lawsuit with the smaller Salt Lake Comic Con over the use of their trademarked name. Show More Summary
An Israeli court has awarded a rare collection of Franz Kafka's manuscripts to the country's national library, ending a long legal battle worthy of one of the Prague-born writer's complex stories. The judgement, published Wednesday, ordered Tel Aviv resident Eva Hoffe to hand all the papers in her possession to the National Library of Israel. Show More Summary
George Takei has apologized for referring to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas as "a clown in blackface." In a Facebook update posted on Friday afternoon, Takei said, "I owe an apology. On the eve of this Independence Day, I have...Show More Summary
George Takei found himself walking back previous comments directed at African-American Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in the wake of a disagreement over Thomas’s dissenting opinion in the landmark Marriage Equality decision last week. Show More Summary
Serena Williams, the warrior princess, marches on. On a stage as grand as the All England Club's Centre Court, complete with its royal box, Serena reminded the world why she's so often crowned. With the weight of history, destiny and winning streak on her shoulders, Williams survived British No. Show More Summary