The suspect in a January shooting rampage that left six dead and wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 12 others was returned to Arizona on Thursday after undergoing mental exams in Missouri, authorities said. Full story
Radio host Michael Smerconish shares his thoughts on the motion to overturn the federal judge’s ruling last summer that struck down California’s voter-approved ban on same sex marriages.
A federal judge in Atlanta on March 24 sentenced Amador Cortes-Meza to 40 years in prison for running a human trafficking network. He was accused of smuggling girls as young as 14 into the United States from Mexico, then forcing them to work as prostitutes. NBC News Investigations spoke with the in
One month after the Arizona shooting, Montana Rep. Denny Rehberg was quoted saying, “How can we put some of these judicial activists on the endangered species list?”
Jonathan Turley, professor of constitutional law at George Washington University, discusses the new legal implications of the health care backlash.
A federal judge in Florida ruled the Obama administration's health care overhaul unconstitutional Monday. Pete Williams joins Chuck and Savannah to discuss the implications of the ruling.
LAKE FOREST, IL - APRIL 26: Defensive tackle Anthony Adams of the Chicago Bears speaks to media during the 2010 Brian Piccolo Award ceremony at Halas Hall on April 26, 2011 in Lake Forest, Illinois. Players participated in the ceremony one day after a federal judge temporarily lifted the 45-day lo