Edie Windsor, who shared her life with her late spouse for 44 years, filed a lawsuit against the federal government for refusing to recognize their marriage because of DOMA.
Opinion has implications for broader GPS surveillance, not just that of passengers in vehicles.
Government admits activist was on DHS "lookout" list, will turn over investigation documents and destroy copied data
Many courts have ruled peaceful panhandling is protected under the First Amendment, and selective enforcement has targeted the poor and homeless.
Two cases before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court could determine whether people whose convictions were obtained by fraud will continue paying the price for the state drug lab scandal.