Does Canada own the internet?
Same-sex marriage. Abortion. Playgrounds?
Let’s be very clear from the outset: Sexual assault is a
A federal appeal court has revived a homosexual couple’s claim for damages against Kentucky clerk Kim Davis for refusing to sign their ma
127 years ago, Canada passed an anti-polygamy statute. Today, for the first time, it will be tested.
Many are warning a case heard Wednesday by the U.S.
During Friday’s Weekly Address, President Trump stated that Judge Neil Gorsuch’s Supreme Court nomination “is about more than his incredible qualif
This week, Judge Neil Gorsuch sat before the Senate Judiciary Committee, where he eloquently and graciously handled a barrage of harsh and overtly
President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, addressed multiple hot-button issues Tuesday during his first day of question
From The Washington Post:
A national sex trafficking sting ended in the arrests of 552 would-be sex buyers or sex traffickers.
Not since 2006 has the Supreme Court taken up a case involving “death with dignity” legislation — the handful of state laws that allow people to en
The U.S. Supreme Court has been one justice short for almost a year now after the death of Antonin Scalia last February.
Embracing his clemency powers like never before, President Barack Obama is planning more commutations in his final days in office after a dramatic
A federal court has stopped the family-friendly content filter VidAngel from doing business, despite a federal law allowing what the company does t
President-elect Donald Trump is considering nominating Texas Senator Ted Cruz to serve as U.S.
Senate Republicans took a big gamble on the Supreme Court this year when they shut down President Barack Obama’s effort to fill a vacancy created b
House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz asked the U.S.
In the dead of winter every year thousands of prolifers throng the streets of downtown Washington making a public statement on behalf of life.
Pro-life supporters suffered their worst defeat in many years on Monday at the U.S. Supreme Court in Whole Woman’s Health v.
Today is an especially difficult day for the pro-life movement thanks to the Supreme Court decision striking down part of a Texas pro-life law that
A county court on Tuesday dismissed a misdemeanor charge against the man responsible for undercover investigations of Planned Parenthood, although
Sex acts with animals are legal in Canada, so long as there is no penetration involved, according to a surprise ruling issued by the Supreme Court.
Officials from 11 U.S.
One current Supreme Court case stands at the center of the abortion debate in America — Whole Woman's Health v.
The United States Senate on Tuesday approved legislation that would allow victims of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks to sue Saudi Arabia,
Judge Ruth Neely, a local magistrate judge who has served the community of Pinedale, Wyoming, a rural community of about 2,000 people, for more tha
It's been nearly three years since Minnesota opened a path for lawsuits by victims of long-ago childhood sexual abuse.
A campus pro-life group has filed a lawsuit against the University of Alberta claiming it infringed on the pro-lifers’ freedom of speech by chargin
Several states have already approved or are considering legislation to ban the dismemberment abortion technique — used to tear off a baby’s limbs d