Bruce Boynton is a former lawyer who played a special role in the civil rights movement: He paved the way for the Freedom Riders.
Iowa's governor signed a bill that bans abortions when there's a fetal heartbeat, but it will likely be challenged in court.
The California Supreme Court ruled companies that want to hire workers as independent contractors must prove they are running their own businesses.
The Supreme Court heard its last case of the term, but it's arguably the most controversial.
Who are the potential first-time DACA applicants who could benefit from the latest ruling by a federal judge in favor of the program?
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Rep. Doug Lamborn didn't gather enough valid signatures to get on the primary ballot for re-election.
The Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments in President Donald Trump's travel ban case. But this isn't just about the travel ban.
The court ruled a statute that allowed the government to deport noncitizens who've committed a "crime of violence" was unconstitutionally vague.
President Donald Trump's appointee to the court, Neil Gorsuch, sided with four liberal justices the case.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Rod Blagojevich's appeal, which likely means he will serve his entire 14-year prison sentence.
Microsoft is locked in a court battle about data privacy. But Congress passed a recent bill that made it easier to access everyone's data everywhere.