John Paul Stevens, Maverick and Conscience of the Supreme Court, Dies at 99
How the NRA Pioneered the Right-Wing Art of Demonizing the Media
Trump’s Plan to Arm Teachers Shows How the Supreme Court Got the Second Amendment So Wrong
Neil Gorsuch’s Supreme Court Nomination Must Be Postponed
Georgia’s Crazy New Campus-Carry Bill Is a Threat to the State’s Colleges and Universities, Gun Violence Aside
The Absurd Logic Behind Florida’s Docs vs. Glocks Law
The Second Amendment Is Not Absolute
Prosecutors in Ferguson Violated Our Right to Witness an Open Trial
The Supreme Court Is Harming People With its Muddled Marriage Messages
Protesters in Ferguson Should Rebrand Themselves as “Sidewalk Counselors”
The Supreme Court’s Sneaky, Outrageous Reversal on Contraception Coverage
When You Censor Student Speech, You’re Teaching Kids to Accept Censorship
Will Texas’ Refusal to Grant Gay Divorces Be the Next Front in the Marriage-Equality Wars?
Why Justice Kennedy May Decide We’ve Been Thinking About Gay Marriage All Wrong
The Long Lost Photographs of the U.S. Supreme Court
Why Obama’s Words Didn’t Go Far Enough
Why Won’t Progressives Fight for Federal Judges?
When do Supreme Court justices need to just sit down and be quiet?
Elena Kagan needs to talk honestly about what Supreme Court justices really do.
Justice John Paul Stevens is the model for why empathy matters.