A resident of Switzerland has gone to the European Court of Human Rights demanding that the government help her end her life.
New Mexico's Supreme Court has legalized homosexual marriage, making it the 16th state to do so.
Attorneys for former Kansas Attorney General Phil Kline are still planning their next step after that state's Supreme Court refused to rehear the case.
A former Justice Department attorney says it's a frightening time when Americans discover their own government may have been spying on them.
A constitutional law expert is hopeful an appeal will be filed in a court case involving polygamy.
Support is growing for photographers instructed by the state New Mexico Supreme Court to deny their faith by accepting photography jobs for same-gender union ceremonies.
Another high-profile Christian ministry has joined like organizations in taking the Obama administration to court over the controversial abortion pill mandate under ObamaCare.
Homosexual activists in India failed to convince that nation's Supreme Court their lifestyle is good for society.
Liberals will soon have not just a majority but a super majority on the nation's second-most important federal court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
A legal group is responding to the censorship of a California office worker's free speech that was critical of President Obama's federal healthcare law.
A nonprofit Catholic outreach organization has joined the growing ranks of organizations filing lawsuits against the Obama administration's contraceptive mandate.
What started off as a battle over child visitation rights involving a divorced Florida couple has evolved into a court order to end the mother's right to homeschool her children.
School officials in a Kansas City suburb tore down flyers with religious messages to promote "See You at the Pole" and threatened to punish the student handing them out.
A legal group is responding to a move by officials to squelch the religious freedom of a California landowner who erected a chapel on his property.
A fiscal policy expert is sympathetic towards pensioners and bond holders when it comes to getting their money in Detroit.
A legal group says a federal appellate court's decision to broadcast court hearings makes trials a legal spectacle.