A federal judge pushed back on the CDC's COVID power grab on Friday in a lawsuit challenging the agency's mandate that cruise passengers be vaccinated.
In Philadelphia Foster Care Case, Roberts Supreme Court Refuses To Protect Christians From Persecution
The Philadelphia foster care case represented yet another failure by the high court to definitely end governmental targeting of faith-based organizations.
Based on two court rulings, the equity director may very well be violating the First Amendment rights of a concerned parent and community member.
In a victory for free speech and academic freedom, a judge just ruled that Loudoun County teacher Byron “Tanner" Cross must be reinstated to his job.
If Congress were to enact such a sweeping law, it would be doomed by a constitutional principle even the most liberal justices have endorsed.
The MPD’s admission explains the divide between on-the-ground reporting of the use of tear gas and denials by the federal government.
While Vitolo only addressed the race- and sex-based discrimination in the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, it could prove fatal to many regulations.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals decided that showing favoritism to small restaurants based on the ethnicity of their owners violates the 14th Amendment.
In requesting the D.C. District Court to dismiss the case, the government argued it may unlawfully spy on American citizens without liability.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will not grant interviews to white reporters, so one conservative media outlet is suing the Democrat for sticking to her word.