Suddenly drones are everywhere -- not in the skies over the United States, as they will be in their thousands in a few years, and not just hovering over foreign battlefields to strike terror in the heart of al-Qaida -- but as the focus of debate in the U.S. Congress and elsewhere.
The U.S. Defense Department must turn over video of "forced cell extractions" of Guantanamo Bay inmates, a federal judge says.
The author argues that the United States is on a path of decline due to its reliance on entitlement programs and the refusal to change that dependence.
A federal judge has upheld a portion of the Voting Rights Act that requires Justice Department monitoring of elections and voting in some parts of the country.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday the president has the power to hold some Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prison detainees indefinitely and without charges.
Three detainees at a U.S. prison in Afghanistan can challenge their status in the U.S. courts, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
A U.S. judge Tuesday was considering whether to force White House aides to comply with Congressional subpoenas ordering them to cooperate in an investigation.
The U.S. ultra-secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in Washington has refused a request to publish judges' opinions on warrantless wiretapping.
A U.S. district judge dismissed Valerie Plame Wilson's suit against U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, ruling Thursday that his court has no jurisdiction.
A judge in Washington Friday refused to issue a preliminary injunction sought by a California atheist against prayers at the presidential inauguration.
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