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Fight over cross-shaped World War I memorial in Maryland could impact hundreds of monuments across c

Fight over cross-shaped World War I memorial in Maryland could impact hundreds of monuments...

Opponents say the massive Peace Cross in Bladensburg, Maryland violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution; supporters say the memorial honors service members and the constitutional ideals they died to defend.
The Untold Story of Sen. Susan Collins and the Kavanaugh vote

The Untold Story of Sen. Susan Collins and the Kavanaugh vote

Sen. Susan Collins reflects on the confirmation hearings for Justice Brett Kavanaugh and what factors determined her vote.
Obamacare ruling under fire from Democrats and Republicans

Obamacare ruling under fire from Democrats and Republicans

Supreme Court calls for restraint in declaring an entire law illegal just because one part of it is; reaction from attorney Robert Henneke and former deputy assistant attorney general John Yoo.
Fallen Beruit military families take case to SCOTUS

Fallen Beruit military families take case to SCOTUS

Former United States National Security Advisor General James Jones weighs in on the potential outcome of the Beruit families lawsuit against the Iranian government.
Justice Kavanaugh settles into his role on the Supreme Court

Justice Kavanaugh settles into his role on the Supreme Court

In his second week of oral arguments as the 'new guy' on the bench, Justice Brett Kavanaugh is keeping it simple: Asking short, textual questions in the public sessions, deferring to his colleagues and avoiding soliloquies or harsh rhetoric.
Is birthright citizenship debate destined for Supreme Court?

Is birthright citizenship debate destined for Supreme Court?

Insight on the 14th Amendment from Andrew McCarthy, Fox News contributor and former chief assistant U.S. attorney, and John Yoo, former deputy assistant attorney general.
Religious liberty cases could head to Supreme Court

Religious liberty cases could head to Supreme Court

Cases involving a high school coach terminated for praying with players and a cross at War World I memorial were both ruled by lower courts to be unconstitutional because they can be interpreted as government endorsement of religion.
Oregon bakers take religious liberty case to high court

Oregon bakers take religious liberty case to high court

Christian bakers Melissa and Aaron Klein were hit with a massive fine and were forced to close Sweet Cakes By Melissa after refusing to bake a custom wedding cake for a lesbian couple.
Sandra Day O'Connor's son on his mother's diagnosis, legacy

Sandra Day O’Connor’s son on his mother’s diagnosis, legacy

The first woman to serve on the Supreme Court announces she has been diagnosed with dementia; Jay O'Connor shares his mother's challenge to her fellow Americans.
Was the Kavanaugh confirmation fight a new low?

Was the Kavanaugh confirmation fight a new low?

'The Wise Guys' reflect on the political battle over the Supreme Court nomination.