A federal appeals panel of three Democrat-appointed federal judges heard arguments Tuesday in two cases attempting to overturn President Obama's health care overhaul.
Obamacare is like turnip greens: bitter and hard to swallow, but Mommy made you choke them down anyway. The difference is that turnip greens are constitutional (though perhaps they shouldn't be). They're also likely to extend your life rather than cut it short.
More than a week after a top Atlanta law firm dropped the contract to defend the federal marriage statute under pressure from gay groups, the legal and public relations fallout shows no signs of easing.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II said he is disappointed but not surprised the U.S. Supreme Court rejected his request to fast-track the state's lawsuit challenging federal health care law.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II will likely find out Friday whether the state's lawsuit over federal health care reform legislation will be fast-tracked to the U.S. Supreme Court.
A federal appellate court decision in Louisiana this week on a birth-certificate dispute may catapult the issue of gay adoption before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Rochelle Webb tells her side; Gray, council released around midnight; Md. Assembly closes with tax increase and DREAM Act approval; Va. legislators return to redistricting; Report: Huguely unaware Love was dead; Cuccinelli determines guns OK in churches
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II sees Gov. Bob McDonnell's embrace of his veto power as a sign that the governor is hitting his stride.
A "sleeper measure" that would prevent Virginia child-welfare agencies from considering sexual orientation or religion in their placements has drawn hundreds of complaints — and the attention of an outraged Republican state lawmaker.