Two new cases could tighten copyright laws to a stifling extreme
Should a Person Be Jailed for Swearing in Court?
A plaintiff who spoke harshly about a judge was slapped with a four-month sentence
Does The Bachelor Discriminate Against Blacks?
After 16 seasons, there has yet to be a non-white bachelor on the show. Maybe it’s time for a change
Pulpit Freedom: Should Churches Endorse Political Candidates?
A group of rebel pastors is breaking the U.S. tax code which prohibits churches and other non-profits from engaging in electoral politics
Will Same-Sex Marriage Reach the Supreme Court?
Court watchers have an exciting term up ahead, with cases involving gay marriage and affirmative action, both possibly destined to be heard
Why Is Paddling Still Allowed in Schools?
Corporal punishment takes place in 19 states, despite a raft of evidence that it causes serious harm in children
Penn State’s Legal Troubles Have Only Just Begun
Sandusky’s victims are lining up to sue, but what’s bad for Penn State could be good for the nation
Should Anti-Islam Filmmakers Be Thrown in Jail?
Controversy over what should be done about ‘Innocence of Muslims’ has pushed the First Amendment to its limits
A Back-to-School Fight over the Right to Classroom Prayer
Is barring public schools from imposing prayer on students a constitutional imperative or an attack on faith?
SCOTUS Spotting: How the Next President Could Change the Supreme Court
Romney or Obama could significantly change the makeup of the highest court in the land — and the rules on everything from gun control to abortion rights
Is Your Car Being Tracked by a License-Plate Scanner?
The government can now track your movements when you drive and, over time, put together a profile of how you lead your life
How to Solve the Voter ID Debate
It’s time for Congress to create a federal ID card that would guarantee eligible voters the right to cast a ballot
Justin Bieber: Legal Groundbreaker?
A new law against paparazzi sounds like a good idea, but it endangers first amendment rights