Kennedy Clashes With the Justice Department and the ACLU in Anti-Gay Baker Case
The Supreme Court Appears Poised to Let Every State Legalize Sports Betting
The Supreme Court Justices’ Views on Cellphone Privacy Have Less to Do With Ideology Than With Age
The Supreme Court Is Going to Kill Partisan Gerrymandering. At Least Some of It. Probably.
The Supreme Court, an Institution Marred by Lunacy, Debates Psychiatric Assessments for Others
The Supreme Court Took on 1950s Gender Roles on the Day After Donald Trump’s Election
The Supreme Court Ponders Whether an “Impartial” Jury Can Also Be Insanely Racist
Abortion Was Saved With a Dry, Wonky Opinion From a Man. Which Is Kind of Perfect.
SCOTUS Might Let Bob McDonnell Walk Because It Can’t Even Define Political Corruption Anymore
The Supreme Court Comes Together to Laugh at Bad Lawyering, Agree on the Fourth Amendment
A Supreme Court Tie on Immigration Would Be Bitter, Partisan, and Show How Broken the System Is
Samuel Alito Rejects Ideologically Inconvenient American Legal History Yet Again
The Conservative Justices Think Obamacare Has “Hijacked” Insurance Plans to Provide Contraception
How Racist Must Racial Gerrymandering Be Before It Violates the Constitution?
How Three Fierce Female Justices Took Control of the Supreme Court
Clarence Thomas Finally Broke His 10-Year Silence. That’s Great News for the Supreme Court.
The Remaining Justices Are Dealing With Scalia’s Death in Surprising and Dramatic Ways
Without Antonin Scalia on the Bench, the Supreme Court’s Liberals Spoke Up and Won Out
The Supreme Court Scratches Its Head Over Protecting Misinterpreted Speech
The Supreme Court Ponders Whether Puerto Rico Is a Fake State or a Real Colony