Former Kansas state Sen. Jake LaTurner has been sworn in as the new state treasurer. LaTurner took the oath of office Wednesday from Kansas Supreme Court Justice Caleb Stegall in … Click to Continue »
A redistricting advocacy group has appealed a judge's decision upholding 11 Virginia House and Senate districts. OneVirginia2021 said Wednesday that it has appealed the case to the Virginia Supreme Court. … Click to Continue »
Gov. Kay Ivey has appointed Associate Justice Lyn Stuart to lead the Alabama Supreme Court as chief justice. Ivey announced the appointment Wednesday after Roy Moore resigned to run for … Click to Continue »
President Donald Trump’s latest legal defeat has provoked him into another round of judge-baiting. It’s a case potentially headed for a Supreme Court whose newest member had to distance himself … Click to Continue »
Roy Moore (R) announced he is resigning from his position as the Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court to run in the special election for U.S. Senate, the Birmingham News reports. Said Moore: “My position has always been God [....
St. Louis' city minimum wage could rise to $10 an hour starting next week now that the state's highest court won't reconsider its ruling upholding it. The Missouri Supreme Court … Click to Continue »
Roy Moore, who was suspended last year from his position as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court for refusing to follow federal law, announced Wednesday that he is running for U.S. Senate. “As United States senator, I will continue...Show More Summary
Arkansas' aggressive effort to execute condemned inmates is set to conclude Thursday after the state Supreme Court refused to stay the execution of a man who killed a former deputy … Click to Continue »
Post submitted by Hope Jackson, HRC Regional Field Organizer These next couple of weeks could be crucial for LGBTQ equality in Tennessee. Seventeen anti-LGBTQ bills have been introduced this session, and the Tennessee legislature will...Show More Summary
I didn't think it was possible for Jeff Sessions to be replaced by someone whose views are even more despicable than his, but leave it to Alabama to find a way.
Ahmad Al Shamri, a Saudi Arabian man who allegedly "renounced Islam and the Prophet Mohammed" on social media and was sentenced to death for apostasy had his appeal dismissed by the nation's Supreme Court. That effectively means he'll die for the "crime" of challenging Islam in the Muslim theocracy.
Millions of naturalized citizens could be at risk for providing false statements.
The fiery Republican jurist, who was suspended from the bench on accusations that he urged defiance of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing gays and lesbians to marry, made the announcement in a news conference on the steps...Show More Summary
AL.com reports: Suspended Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore today announced he is running for the Unites States Senate. “I’ll stand for the rights and liberties of the people” if elected, Moore said to reporters gathered at the State Capitol. Show More Summary
Possibly the most tyrannical ruling ever issued by the Supreme Court was the 2007 declaration that the emission of carbon dioxide can be regulated by the federal government under the
The Supreme Court seems ready to impose limits on when the government can strip an immigrant of U.S. citizenship for lying during the naturalization process. Wednesday's lively argument included a … Click to Continue »
The Missouri Supreme Court has set an execution date for this summer for a man sentenced to death for the 1998 fatal stabbing of a former newspaper reporter during a … Click to Continue »
The Idaho Supreme Court has found several errors in a lawsuit filed by 30 lawmakers challenging Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's veto on a bill that would have repealed the state's … Click to Continue »
To the editor: I voted for Hillary Clinton for one reason and one reason only: the Supreme Court. I had no illusions that she would be able to get anything else through a gridlocked Congress. (“Trump at the 100-day mark: Stable support but few achievements,” April 26) I remember candidate Donald...