We cannot deny that our decision today will have an impact on the ability of law enforcement to combat crime. Privacy comes at a cost.Chief Justice John Roberts • On the court’s unanimous decision to block police officers from accessing a phone without a warrant during an arrest. This is a huge win on the privacy front.
Know that massive Target hack? Bad news, guys. They weren’t the only ones. At least three other major retailers besides Target and Neiman Marcus suffered attacks, according to a Reuters report.
Colorado’s legal pot dealers can’t use the federal banking system to pay their employees or cover their bills. Here’s why.
Tomorrow, the Supreme Court gets to figure out whether Obama’s recess appointments are actually allowed by the Constitution.
The conjugal visit is about to become a thing of the past in Mississippi—the state where the phenomenon first began.
These seven Yelp reviewers are about to lose their anonymity thanks to a recent court case.
The Chief Information Officer in charge for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Tony Trenkle, has resigned from his post, claiming a desire to move to the private sector. (Though the obvious speculation is that it was actually because of this.)
Is prayer before a city council meeting a violation of the separation of church and state? SCOTUS ponders.
Want to buy TWTR? That’ll be $26 per share, at least to start.