After a flurry of media expectation Monday morning, the Supreme Court delayed the announcement of the most important ruling of its current term until Thursday. But it’s not because the Justices like the attention; they might …
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The WikiLeaks boss may be extradited to Sweden for charges of rape and sexual assault after losing his appeal
Each week, TIME’s Kayla Webley fills you in on the goings on in the education world, everything from pre-K to higher ed.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor took it to the street — Sesame Street — to dish out some puppet justice.
NewsFeed is all for solving disagreements legally and teaching kids about the justice system at the same …
Colbert for President of the United States…of South Carolina? With a huge wink, the Comedy Central host says he’s starting an “exploratory committee.”
If a dog smells drugs outside of a private home, should it allow police to get a search warrant? Or is it a violation of Fourth Amendment protections?
The South Carolina Republican Party briefly considered selling the naming rights to its 2012 primary to Stephen Colbert – and his satire-laced super PAC.
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.