The Case That Made Clarence Thomas Speak for the First Time in Three Years
No, John Roberts Isn’t a Liberal Now
Religion and the Supreme Court in Two Cases: Crosses and Chaplains
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It’s Time to Launch an Impeachment Inquiry
Congress Must Not Confirm Trump’s Attorney General Nominee
Why a Vote for State Attorney General Is One of the Most Important Ballots to Cast on Tuesday
Teeing Up the Term and What the Court’s Newest Justice Means for Voting Rights
The True Cost of Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court Seat
Where Does SCOTUS Go From Here?
Brett Kavanaugh Once Said He Thought a President Could Pack the Supreme Court
Families Separated at the Border Can Sue for Damages
It Sure Looks Like President Trump’s Lawyers Admitted He Obstructed Justice
Should the Movement to Oust Bad Prosecutors Go After Judges Next?
Why It Matters That Trump’s Judicial Nominees Refuse to Answer Questions About Brown v. Board
A Newly Appointed Trump Judge Shows the President’s Court-Packing Strategy Is Working
Trump Judicial Nominee Probably Didn’t Call Undocumented Immigrants “Maggots” (Updated Post)
The Supreme Court Is Terrible at Hiring Diverse Law Clerks, but Neil Gorsuch Is Surprisingly Good at It
How to Build a Campaign Finance Case Against Donald Trump and Michael Cohen
Judge Reinhardt Was a Tireless Defender of the Powerless