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Obama selects Kagan for Supreme Court

Solicitor General Elena Kagan will be nominated Monday to the Supreme Court by President Barack Obama, a person familiar with the president's thinking says,...

Report says Congress makes too many vague laws

A conservative think tank and criminal defense lawyers are forming an unusual alliance to try to get Congress to quit writing criminal laws so...

Clinton: Arizona immigration law encourages profiling

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says Arizona's new immigration law invites racial profiling and she thinks the state may be overstepping its authority. Clinton...

Lawsuits, anger spotlight Arizona immigration law

Anger mounted Thursday over an Arizona law cracking down on illegal immigration as a police officer filed one of the first lawsuits challenging the...

Lawsuits expected over Arizona immigration law

The debate over Arizona's new illegal immigrant law will likely move from protest lines and talk shows to the courtroom, where a judge could...

Congressman urges feds to fight Arizona’s Gestapo immigration law

An Arizona congressman urged the Obama administration not to cooperate when illegal immigrants are picked up by local police if a tough new state...

How an insurance company targets cancellations

Shortly after they were diagnosed with breast cancer, each of the women learned that her health insurance had been canceled. There was Yenny Hsu,...

Judge: Bush broke law with illegal wiretaps

In a repudiation of the Bush administration's now-defunct Terrorist Surveillance Program, a federal judge ruled Wednesday that government investigators illegally wiretapped the phone conversations...

Heath care defeat gives GOP a reality check

As the Republican party heads into the mid-term elections, some worry that their scorched-earth policy on health care reform could come back and bite...

Judge affirms DC’s assault weapons ban

In a setback to the powerful National Rife Association (NRA) and gun advocates,  a federal judge Friday upheld the  Washington, DC's ban on assault...