As a potential landmark Supreme Court case about television, the Internet and copyright heads towards a likely June decision in the Supreme Court, at least one business analyst thinks Aereo has a chance of winning.
A federal judge said on Tuesday that Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriages is unconstitutional. It was the last state in the Northeast with a ban on gay marriages.
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens joins the National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen for a discussion about his latest book on C-SPAN’s BookTV.
Lyle Denniston says a movement to promote the adoption of the so-called “smart gun” technology will most likely be opposed by lawyers working to promote robust Second Amendment rights.
In a copyright decision involving the legendary Martin Scorsese movie “Raging Bull,” an unusual mix of Supreme Court justices agreed to allow a lawsuit to continue against the film’s movie studio.
The Supreme Court on Monday morning didn’t announce action on another possible big test case about the role of religion in public facilities and the separation of church and state.
The Supreme Court is back in public session on Monday, and as its current term winds down, at least eight big decisions remain to be announced. So the odds are good of something notable coming out of today’s session.
Three leading scholars join the National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen to discuss two important Civil Rights anniversaries: the Brown segregation decision and the Civil Rights Act.
How has the civil rights movement amounted to a genuine revolution in constitutional law? Three leading experts, Bruce Ackerman, Steven Calabresi and Tomiko Brown-Nagin, look at the landmark statutes that led the way.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday took the first step in a net neutrality plan that could make it harder to access Netflix, Facebook and YouTube, or guarantee your access to those websites under certain circumstances.