Lower courts have said constitutional rights stop at the border, and parents may not sue agent

Analysis: Appeals court panel rebukes president’s vision of executive power.

Democrats ask whether the Supreme Court nominee would be able to stand up to the president who picked him.

The judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit is a proponent of originalism and a textualist.

An undercurrent of the president’s choice for nominee was whether it would soothe Kennedy, making him feel secure enough to retire.

Judge Neil Gorsuch and Judge Thomas Hardiman are the remaining candidates.

A proponent of originalism, he said in a speech last spring that as a judge he had tried to follow Scalia’s path.

A handful of federal appeals court judges have emerged at the top of his list.

Chief Justice Roberts said lower courts have more work to do before the justices decide whether to rule.

Obama saw the chief justice as a bit of a foil. Trump said he ‘looked like a dummy.’

Partygoers sued two D.C. police officers after no charges were brought and were awarded nearly $1 million.

The justices’ decision on an Asian American band could affect the Washington Redskins.

Acting solicitor general tells Supreme Court that allowing plaintiffs’ case would constitute a “massive extension” of individuals’ right to sue members of government.

The high court will hear case about the Slants, whose trademark registration was denied.

Justices accepted more than a dozen new cases but seem to be waiting to take on the more-controversial issues.

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