It’s Hard to Overstate the Danger of the Voting Case the Supreme Court Just Agreed to Hear
The Story This Court Is Telling About Who Deserves Freedom
How States Will Target Pregnant People Now That Roe Has Fallen
The Supreme Court’s Next Target Is Marriage Equality. It Won’t Be the Last.
Alito’s Final Dobbs Opinion Is Even More Extreme Than His First Draft
The Supreme Court Overrules Roe v. Wade
Alito’s Attack on Miranda Warnings Is Worse Than It Seems
The Supreme Court Screwed Over Workers Again—but Not As Badly As It Could Have
After a Harsh Supreme Court Decision on Immigrant Rights, Advocates and Lawyers Have Two Key Questions
A Texas Court Brazenly Defied SCOTUS. The Conservative Justices Just Rewarded It.
Alito’s Draft Opinion Obsesses Over 17th Century Abortion Law—and Gets It Completely Wrong
Congress Has Never Considered Fetuses Persons Within the Meaning of the 14th Amendment
The Conservative Justices Keep Winning. Why Are They So Mad?
What Justice Alito Can Learn From a 114-Year-Old Sex Abuse Scandal
The One Thing the Dissenting Justices Could Do to Save Roe
Why the Senate Protects Justices From Protesters but Won’t Protect Kids From Mass Shootings
SCOTUS Just Handed Workers Who Sue Their Employers a Surprising, Unanimous Win
The Biggest Mystery of the SCOTUS Leak Isn’t “Who Did It?”
The Horror in New York Shows the Madness of the Supreme Court’s Looming Gun Decision
The Ironic, Unintended Consequence of SCOTUS’s Plan to Overturn Roe