Tomorrow's case may put an end to the policy at U.S. universities. But its personal impact on the careers of several of the justices could hardly be more pronounced.
In state courtrooms, a broken system leads too many judges to call balls for one side and strikes for another.
A Republican judge changes his mind, because he has to.
Exactly 10 years after the murder spree began, a new book helps explain how a good kid turned bad enough to coldly kill one person after another.
On Friday, on strong evidence of prosecutorial malfeasance, a judge vacated Terrance Williams' death sentence. But his prosecutor is still pushing for it.
The late former president of Boston University believed that good journalism is more than just a "he said, she said" narrative.
September 28, 1972: the day a hockey game--a hockey game--gave a nation the thrill of its lifetime.
Fresh off their most partisan ruling since Bush v. Gore, the justices face a docket and a vibe that are still taking shape.
The fight is about dignity as much as it is about the right to vote, as evidenced by the story of one family burdened by the state's new voter ID law.
Ignoring the merits, the feds seek a quick dismissal of a civil rights lawsuit alleging neglect and mistreatment at America's most famous prison.
Stripped of its political overtones, the Fast and Furious gun scandal was about unprofessional conduct by government officials.
The Citizens United case claims another victim.
A great campaign ad reminds us that elected officials actually do help their constituents.
More child sex abuse allegations, in yet another Pennsylvania case -- only this time local prosecutors are singing a different tune.
A timid ruling sends the matter back to the trial court for more review -- guaranteeing more voting chaos between now and Election Day.
There may be "political" equivalence when it comes to support for restrictive new voting laws -- but so far in court the Republicans have been routed.
The case of Terrance Williams, whose clemency is sought even by the wife of his victim, raises profound questions of crime and punishment.
A Senate Judiciary Committee hearing highlights the hypocrisy of restrictive voter laws in the age of Citizens United.
All three branches of government, and officials of both parties, are to blame for the deadly injustice of this detainee case.
The junior Justice is out and about, pitching the view that the Supreme Court these days is one big hug fest.