The battle over marriage licenses in her state is now over.
They have filed a motion to throw out his indictment.
This isn't something Christian conservatives will be rejoicing.
The Supreme Court had asked the Obama administration to consider alternatives.
They say they are upset about a "double standard."
The American Counseling Association says it violates their code of ethics.
The law allows private businesses to make their own rules, he says.
The chairman of the Judiciary Committee points out that he and the president agree that the the high court has become politicized.
Meetings at the U.N. suggest he's about to take action.
Now they have a laundry list of bills they want Republicans to get behind.
The tax-collecting agency is now being sued to find out.
Even liberals were dumbfounded by what he said.
This one was built as a "homecoming" honor to veterans, and includes crosses.
The Supreme Court Associate Justice lodged what most would consider a complaint.
Illinois court hands pro-life group a major First Amendment victory.
Proponents say it better reflects the Framers' intent with the First Amendment.
The organization's president rebukes the official's seizure of a pro-life activist's property.
Documents that could shed light on the truth are finally released.
The outcome could get expensive for local taxpayers.
The Obama administration's efforts to stifle dissent know no limits.
But probably not in the way most celebrities jump in.