Mitt Romney wasn't the only one who raked in the donations after the Supreme Court deemed President Obama’s health-care legislation constitutional. Excited by the survival of President Obama’s health-care overhaul, 65,000 Democrats
Ohio Rep. Jean Schmidt (R-OH) -- or 'Mean Jean' as she is referred to by many Democrats, due to her infamous angry tirades on the House floor -- found herself caught in the preliminary confusion over the Supreme Court's ruling on health care
Good morning, today is Monday, June 25, 2012. The Supreme Court is expected to convene later today to reveal their decision on the constitutionality of President Obama's Affordable Care Act. Will their ruling impact you in any way?
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that yanking children out of their beds and putting guns to their heads did, in fact, constitute the “infliction of emotional distress,” and told the DEA to stop doing that. At
Britain’s highest court ruled by a 5-2 vote on Wednesday that the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, should be deported to Sweden to face allegations of sexual abuse there, the culmination of an 18-month legal battle.
In a blow to the oil and gas industry, a judge has ruled small towns in New York have the authority to ban drilling, including the controversial method hydrofracking or "fracking."
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