On Wednesday, House Speaker John Boehner told reporters he was suing President Barack Obama over the President’s alleged abuse of executive power. But how much of Boehner’s action is symbolic, or a real threat?
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In a sweeping opinion on Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision that the fledgling TV service Aereo violated copyright laws, in a big victory for television networks. The Justices said the cloud computing business is unaffected by the decision.
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to accept New Jersey’s appeal about legalized sports betting. But one politician seemingly has a plan to get around the decision.
A high school in the Philadelphia suburbs is embroiled in its own battle over using the term “Redskins” for its sports team, the First Amendment, and the ability of student journalists to control their own newspaper.
The Supreme Court said on Monday that two groups can attempt to challenge a Ohio state law that prohibits politicians and others from making false statements during political campaigns, under threat of jail or a fine.