After a two-year battle, Christians in Bogor, Indonesia, still cannot open the Taman Yasmin Indonesian Christian Church. Why? Their mayor has refused to allow churches on streets with Islamic names.
Computers are tricky beasts. We’ve all had our share of simple, avoidable mishaps: accidentally clicking “reply all” or saving an essential file where you’ll never find it again. But a Wisconsin clerk takes top honors on …
She’s a common sight in the courtroom, but she won’t be serving justice in the jury box anytime soon.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia likes his pizza like his constitution: traditional, just as it was when he was a child.
They called it the ‘trial of the century’: Six privileged kids nabbed for three gruesome murders. Today, 19 years after the killings that occurred south of Manila, the main suspect was acquitted. Was justice served?
When it comes to First-Amendment protections, the framers of the Constitution did not have the foresight to explicitly account for bumper stickers.
Monday’s links start the week with The Simpsons, inventions and show-stealing performances.
Ever craved the chance to view a high-court case in action? Headphones will have to do for now.
The New York native will become the 112th overall and fourth female Supreme Court Justice in United States history when she is sworn in on Saturday. But despite the convincing confirmation vote, not every Senator was convinced of …
After being confirmed by the Senate with a 63-37 vote yesterday, Elena Kagan is taking no time to rest before being sworn in as the country’s 112th Supreme Court justice.
Though a California judge overturned gay-marriage ban Proposition 8 yesterday, that’s hardly the first step. The decision will jump through several legal hoops on what some say is an inevitable road to the Supreme Court.
“I think there’s a good reason for a conservative to vote yes.”
– SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM, on his decision to vote in favor of Elena Kagan’s nomination to the Supreme Court (Via the Washington Post)