Is Trump’s Attempt to Stop the AT&T–Time Warner Merger Impeachable?
Twenty Years Ago, I Helped Convict Two Men of Murder. I’ve Regretted It Ever Since.
Brett Kavanaugh Is Ready to Demolish the Wall Between Church and State
Why Passing the Joint Resolution Against the National Emergency Will Matter Even if It’s Vetoed
Are Pedophiles Too Sick for Punishment?
Four Steps for Getting Republicans on Board With Criminal Justice Reform
Michael Cohen’s Testimony Points to a Plausible Conspiracy Charge Against Trump
Forced Arbitration Is Unjust and Deeply Unpopular. Can Congress End It?
The New Ground Zero for Criminal Justice Reformers Is Ferguson
Elena Kagan Asked for Proof that Gerrymandering Harms Both Political Parties. Here It Is.
Kavanaugh Ignored Precedent in His Major Abortion Dissent. That’s Part of a Pattern.
Roberts Confirms He’s the New Swing Justice
The Biggest Bombshell in Michael Cohen’s Written Testimony
The DOJ Will Have No Good Excuse to Keep Mueller’s Findings Secret
Federal Judge Cites RBG, Rules That Men-Only Draft Registration Is Unconstitutional
Prepare for Mueller to Ghost
Federal Judge Shuts Down Trump Administration’s Discrimination Against Children of Same-Sex Couples
Google Is Ending Forced Arbitration in a Monumental Win for Its Workers
Democrats Have More Leverage Than They Think to Fight Trump’s Judicial Appointments
Don’t Use the Word “Collusion” When Talking About Trump’s Campaign and Russia