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U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said Wednesday that the Justice Department will respond "appropriately" to a federal appellate judge in Texas who demanded a letter recognizing the authority of the federal courts to strike down laws passed by Congress.
President Obama on Tuesday narrowed his attack on the Supreme Court's pending health-care ruling, giving a more nuanced take on the process constitutional scholars said he failed to do the previous day.
A federal appeals court upheld on Monday a California ballot measure banning affirmative action in admissions to state colleges and universities.
Affirmative action proponents took a hit Monday as California's ban on using race, ethnicity and gender in admitting students to public colleges and universities was upheld by a federal appeals court panel.
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the federal government cannot be sued for emotional distress after two agencies improperly shared a man's medical records detailing his HIV status.
Michael and Chantell Sackett wanted to build a house on some land they owned a few blocks from Priest Lake in Bonner County, Idaho. Little did they know at the time that their efforts would attract the attention of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulators and ignite a national discussion on the Obama administration's regulatory strong-arm tactics.
The campaign of Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney doesn't follow the practice of other major presidential candidates who have willingly identified their big-money fundraisers and the amounts they collect.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday declined to reconsider a ruling that allows bone marrow donors to be paid for their donations like blood donors.
Kicking off three days of highly anticipated oral arguments over President Obama's health care law, zealous demonstrators on Monday swarmed the streets outside the Supreme Court while inside the justices considered whether they have the power to decide the case at all.