A New Lawsuit Seeks to Prove Ledell Lee Was Innocent When Arkansas Executed Him
The Supreme Court Could Force Taxpayers to Subsidize Religious Schools
How Citizens United Led Directly to Trump’s Impeachment
Who Is Defending the President?
After 32-Month Delay, 7th Circuit Affirms Equal Rights for Same-Sex Parents
This Trump Supreme Court Short-Lister Says God Can Instruct Juries on Guilt and Innocence
Trump’s Rumored Supreme Court Pick Has an Appalling Record
How We Lost the Right to Move Freely
The Courts Can Move Quickly. They’re Slow-Walking Trump Cases on Purpose.
Spot the Difference: John Roberts the Institutionalist, John Roberts the Potted Plant
Conservative Lawmakers Have a New Trick to Bring Down Roe v. Wade
Report Finds One-Third of Trump Appeals Court Judges Have History of Anti-LGBT Bias
The Decade Civility Died, and “Civility” Replaced It
The Supreme Court Could Give Religious Employers a New Tool to Avoid Civil Rights Law
The Fallout From Citizens United Shaped the Decade in Countless Outrageous Ways
Appeals Court Lets Obamacare Survive—At Least Until After the 2020 Election
The Decade Class Actions Were Gutted
The Supreme Court Agrees to Decide if Trump Has to Turn Over Financial Records
Federal Judge Rules American Samoans Are U.S. Citizens by Birth. Finally.
The Supreme Court Lets Kentucky’s Anti-Abortion Transvaginal Ultrasound Law Stand