The High Court is set to decide whether the EPA has the authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions using the power plant permitting process
Public employee unions have cause for concern as the Supreme Court considers the constitutionality of mandatory union fees
Members of the High Court expressed skepticism about the constitutionality of the President’s recess appointments
The High Court put equal marriage rights on hold in the State of Utah until the case is ruled on by an appeals court.
Sotomayor decided late Tuesday night to block the implementation of a requirement that would have gone into effect on the first day of 2014.
States and energy companies contend that the EPA has gone too far in regulating air pollution that affects neighboring states.
The Supreme Court ended a union organizing dispute without deciding the case – leaving uncertainty for unions, employers and the lower courts
The Supreme Court is tasked with striking a balance between air security and protecting people’s reputations
Can war protesters be banned from military bases when the property is not under the exclusive control of the Federal government?