The court’s 5-3 decision found that the Texas anti-abortion law, cloaked in the pretext of protecting women’s health, simply does not pass constitutional muster.
Rhode Island sends message to businesses that if their employers strike the state will side with labor by paying unemployment.
State law should allow the release of medical records from long-ago wars to help treatment of victims of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The president's increasing approval ratings could change the nature of the campaign and the Republican strategy of running against his legacy.
How is it fair for several top officials at the state university to get such whopping pay increases when sacrifices are asked of students and many in state government?
With President Obama's attempt at immigration reform blocked by the courts, it will be up to the voters to decide how to address this issue.
Britain's abandonment of the European Union will prove to be a terrible mistake.
One party wants to take small steps toward keeping guns out of the hands of potential homegrown terrorists, while the other party is more worried about the Second Amendment rights of these individuals.
Overcoming some difficult times in childhood and an injury plagued start to his college career, Kris Dunn is expected to join the NBA as an elite prospect.
The vote denying women membership harkens back to an era when women were expected to be more concerned about getting their laundry white than in pursuing careers.
Both sides say they want to keep guns out of the hands of potential terrorists, but scoring political points seems to take priority.
The U.S. Supreme Court continues to send the signal that elected leaders have broad discretion in passing gun-control laws.