Ray Suarez discusses the legal rights and status of three U.S. citizens currently held in conjunction with the war on terrorism. He is joined by Ruth Wedgwood of Yale Law School and Johns Hopkins University, and David Cole of the…
Experts discuss the arrest of a man with alleged plans to build and detonate a radioactive "dirty bomb" and what would be the likely affect of an attack.
A report from Kwame Holman on the arrest of a man in the U.S. who allegedly planned to build and detonate a radioactive "dirty bomb."…
A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that the needs of disabled workers do not normally outweigh an employer's seniority policies.
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S Supreme Court Tuesday struck down a congressional ban that made it a crime to distribute or possess computer-generated images of minors engaged in sexual acts.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal by Vanessa Leggett, the Houston-based writer who spent 168 days in prison for refusing to turn over her interviews about a Texas murder case to a federal grand jury.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on the right to sue government officials.
Without comment, the Supreme Court Monday refused to hear a contentious case involving the public display of the Ten Commandments on the Indiana statehouse lawn.
Gwen Ifill gets two perspectives on the school voucher argument heard before the Supreme Court.
The Court Watch Senior correspondent Ray Suarez discusses today's Supreme Court arguments in a case involving public housing eviction policies with Jan Crawford Greenberg, court reporter for the Chicago Tribune.
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