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Leahy hoped the ruling would lead to other kinds of digital privacy.
The justices' ruling could settle the legally murky domain of website comments, blog posts.
A secret memo allows the FBI to obtain phone records without any judicial process.
The ruling pushes back against federal charges for local crimes.
The Supreme Court is planning to hear a case about a Transportation Security Administration...
The retired justice urged a constitutional amendment on campaign spending.
In a 6-2 decision, the court handed a major victory to Obama's climate change agenda.
The Senate Judiciary Committee next week is once again scheduled to mark up a patent reform bill...
The Obama administration is warning that “kill switch” technology can make it harder for police to...
The former justice said politics are an "appropriate" retirement consideration.
A challenge to the program will have to go through the normal appeals court process.
Members of the tech industry are watching closely to see how far the Supreme Court will go as it...
The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that Aereo is illegal.
The anti-abortion group wants to challenge an Ohio law banning lies in political speech.
A majority of justices backed the government's position on immigration policy.
Florida used a cutoff score of 70 to determine who was fit for the death penalty.
The ruling clarifies the sphere of allowable copyright infringement cases.
Does digital make a difference? Justices heard arguments on warrantless cellphone searches.
“For better or worse, mobile phones have become repositories of our daily lives, and will become...
He compared the rogue TV service to video cassettes or the telephone.
The justices said Michigan voters had the right to change their state’s constitution.
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Alabama businessman Shaun McCutcheon hailed the ruling as a win for individual rights.
Justices expressed reluctance to issue a sweeping ruling on the legality of software patents.