In D.C. Circuit case, legal historians' amicus brief explains that peaceable arms carrying was legal and common in Early America and in the 19th century.
So holds the Arizona Court of Appeals, quite correctly, in my view.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has issued a nationwide stay against the EPA/Army Corps of Engineers rule defining "waters of the United States" under the Clean Water Act, pending determination of whether the court has jurisdiction over pending challenges to the rule.
A self-defense story, plus a story about an interesting twist of criminal law.
Apparently not an Onion article.
The argument will be held on Nov. 4.
Donald Trump offers an extremely weak defense of the use of eminent domain to take property for private development projects.
My wife Alison Somin, who works for the US Commission on Civil Rights, offers analysis of the important affirmative action case currently before the Supreme Court.