In a Cosmic, Cursed Twist, the 2018 Florida Recount Could Hinge on the Meaning of Bush v. Gore
Did President Trump Appoint the New Acting Attorney General Legally? The Answer Is in the Constitution.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Broken Three Ribs in Fall, Supreme Court Says
Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder Could Upend the Way Governments Look at Crimes Committed on Embassy Grounds
Brett Kavanaugh Has Refused to Run Interference for Trump in Three Key Early Rulings. Why?
Defying the Trump Administration, SCOTUS Allows Teens’ Climate Change Lawsuit to Proceed in Federal Court
The Weird Kavanaugh Encounter That Led Me, a Staunch Republican, to Volunteer for Heidi Heitkamp
Federal Judge Allows North Dakota Republicans to Block Native Americans From Voting
How School Became a Constitution-Free Zone
The Native Americans Disenfranchised in North Dakota Are Back in Court. Their Stories Are Maddening.
Teeing Up the Term and What the Court’s Newest Justice Means for Voting Rights
Transgender Voters Will Be a Critical Voice for the Voting Rights Movement
The Committee That Dictates the Rules of American Courts Looks Nothing Like America—or the Federal Judiciary
A Political Scientist Explains Why Democrats Must Pack the Courts to Restore Democracy
Neil Gorsuch Just Telegraphed His Plan to Let Trump Sabotage the Census
How the Trump Administration’s Radical New Definition of “Sex” Would Legalize Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination
The Way the GOP Dismissed Christine Blasey Ford Foreshadows How It Will Dismantle Roe
Washington Supreme Court Outlaws Life Without Parole for Juvenile Offenders
Liberals Must Embrace a Bankrupt Judicial Philosophy to Have Any Chance of Winning at the Supreme Court
A Conservative Appeals Court Is Poised to Kneecap Civil Rights Law Because Thomas and Gorsuch Sent the Bat Signal