Hope you’re ready to remember all your history classes! Here are eight Supreme Court rulings that changed America forever.
President Joe Biden’s administration has issued a guidance on how to consider race in college admissions despite the recent SCOTUS ruling.
West Point, The Naval Academy, and the Air Force Academy are still allowed to use race-based admissions thanks to pressure from former officers and the military-industrial complex.
Ted Cruz takes a sledgehammer to Democrats who are calling for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to resign.
In a very dangerous attack on our democracy, Franken sat down with the Washington Post to help erode the legitimacy of our institutions.
A shocking new report has found that $860 million has been lost in homes that have been seized by the United States government.
Former President Trump called for the arrest of the reporter and publisher who received information pertaining to the unprecedented leak of a draft opinion indicating the Supreme Court was likely to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion.
Chief Justice John Roberts on Monday put a temporary administrative hold on the Biden’s administration’s plans to end Title 42 enforcement.
Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett recently poked a little fun at pro-abortion protesters who have been picketing outside her home.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on two cases that could overturn affirmative action in college acceptance.
Among the first decisions for the Supreme Court’s first term on Monday was to reject a last-ditch bid by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell to throw out a defamation lawsuit against him by Dominion Voting Systems.
Pete Buttigieg defended protesters who forced Brett Kavanaugh to flee a restaurant out the back door, along with comments by his husband, Chasten, who mocked the Supreme Court Justice over the incident.