Hayes: Sotomayor’s dissent ‘intellectual hogwash’
Krauthammer hails 'towering' affirmative action decision: 'Exactly the way you want to do it in a democracy'
‘If this was a death penalty state, you’d be getting the chair’
A Michigan federal court acknowledged its flaws in striking down the state’s ban on gay marriage.
Too expensive to fix, says superintendent
Hundreds of same-sex marriages now pending
‘He is a little hero, seriously!’
Police Chief: it’s uncommon for people to use syringes as weapons
After having died in 2008, a 49 year old woman voted in the 2010 gubernatorial elections
The old code read ‘no person shall willfully annoy another person’
Big guns, Gary Peters, big guns
They’re mostly independents, and likely comprise more than 10 percent of voters in several states
‘Blinded by the glitz and glam of Hollywood’
‘Once you enter the program, the legal presumption has to be that you can’t get out’
‘Where’s the beef?’
We’re not talking nickles and dimes
‘Sue-and-settle’ also under scrutiny
While on medical leave, English teacher worked in a wig at a club called Sensations
Union rules cause Michigan ‘teacher of the year’ to earn $20,000 less than district average.
Old enough to drive but not to choose to listen to a social conservative
Legislation has done little to keep workers free of dues