An unusual coalition of liberal and conservative justices rules that property owners have right to use Quiet Title Act to contest federal intrusion on their land, even in some cases where the statute of limitations may have passed.
It's a threat to our fundamental rights, but courts refuse to change their approach.
We may have finally discovered a limit to judicial immunity.
You can’t turn lives and economies off and on without inflicting lingering harm.
A 6–3 ruling undermines attempts to hold police accountable for misconduct.
Vaccination and prior infection induce a strong second line of immunological defense, finds South African study.
The Court's ruling in PennEast allows the federal government to delegate the power of eminent domain to private firms seeking to condemn state-owned property.