Harvard Overuses Racial Preferences in Admissions. Here’s How It Should Approach Diversity Instead.
In Landmark Decision, Supreme Court Rules Fourth Amendment Protects Cell Phone Location Records
Elena Kagan Is Up to Something
The Courts Must Award Damages to Families Torn Apart by Trump’s Family-Separation Policy
SCOTUS Needs to Know About the Sham at the Center of Trump’s Travel Ban
The Government Needs to Correct the Record in the Supreme Court Travel-Ban Case
The Constitution Is a Deeply Moral Document. Can the Left Reclaim That?
Trump Fixed Nothing Today
Kris Kobach Killed His Signature Voter Suppression Law Through His Own Incompetence
Ted Cruz’s Proposal to Fix Child Separation Is a Cynical Ploy
John Roberts’ Supreme Court Is Too Afraid of Public Outcry to Decide Anything
A Jury Likely Sentenced a Man to Death Because He’s Gay. The Supreme Court Just Let Its Verdict Stand.
Justice Kennedy Still Won’t Rule on Gerrymandering
The Supreme Court Punted on Partisan Gerrymandering. The Fight to Kill It Is Far From Over.
Can the President Be Indicted? There’s Significant Reason to Doubt Those Saying “No.”
Two Consular Officers Say the Trump Travel Ban’s Waiver Process Is a Sham
The Complicated Truths of the DOJ’s Report on James Comey’s Conduct During the 2016 Campaign
How Samuel Alito Roasted Minnesota’s Ban on Political Apparel at the Polls
Wow, the Supreme Court Actually Made a Good Decision on Election Law
Jeff Sessions’ Latest Immigration Ruling Is a Violation of International Law