Supreme Court strikes down Roe v. Wade in seismic shift for abortion rightsThe Supreme Court on Friday overturned its landmark decision in Roe v. Wade that established the right to an abortion, with a ruling that marks a seismic shift in abortion law.
Supreme Court Sides With Georgia Police Officer Who Improperly Searched License Plate DatabaseThe Supreme Court of The United States narrowed the scope of a federal cybercrime law, holding that a policeman who improperly accessed a license plate database could not be charged under the law.
Feds Execute Man Who Killed Georgia NurseOn Tuesday, the federal government executed an inmate who raped and murdered a 30-year-old nurse in Cherrylog, Georgia 19 years ago and blamed the victim for using witchcraft on him.
Heartbeat Bill Opponents Ask Court To Block New Abortion LawThe ACLU is asking a judge to block Georgia's new abortion law from taking effect next year, until another lawsuit is settled.
Small States Have A Much Bigger Voice On Supreme Court NomineesAs small and large states separate even further along those dimensions in the years ahead, the constitutional compromise that provided each state two senators could provoke growing tension.
Lawsuits: Congressional Maps Dilute Black Voters In 3 StatesThe suits claim the districts violate a section of the Voting Rights Act by depriving black voters of an equal opportunity to elect candidates of their choice to the U.S. House of Representatives.
Effects Of Supreme Court Voter Roll Decision Appear LimitedOklahoma, Georgia, Montana, Oregon, Pennsylvania and West Virginia have laws similar to Ohio's.
Alabama Man, 83, Executed For Judge's 1989 Mail-Bomb Slaying