The Court is decades away from opening up its oral arguments to cameras. But let's skip the daytime TV all together and give the people what they really want: prime-time entertainment.
The White House's policy towards American Indians is better than in past administrations, but still not consistently good enough
Once again, this time with control of the House perhaps at stake, it's the associate justice's world and we're just living in it
Not only was the late actor front and center on every American television set for 20 years, but he also played a role in the most important legal dramas in cinema
Senate Republicans blocked yet another qualified judicial nominee even as federal courts are dangerously in need of judges
Tabloid dramas such as the trials of Casey Anthony and Conrad Murray filled the headlines this year, but the more important stories -- like the judicial budget crisis -- fell on deaf ears
The fallen president's grandson writes an earnest letter to the editor, and possibly launches his own political career
The former Penn State coach did better with his second media interview—but that's not saying much
Congress's decision to avoid a decision on terror detainees shows how gridlock can sometimes work in the public's best interests
It's a nice gesture to reassure tribes about their religious use of eagle feathers -- but how about pushing for just the third American Indian federal judge in history?
Reflections on the the polarizing manager's first press conference with Boston
State representatives threaten a state assistant attorney general for allowing Barack Obama's name to appear on the ballot
Texas Gov. Rick Perry will campaign with the controversial Arizona lawman in N.H. this week. It's not clear why he thinks that's a good idea.
As the lone New York Times reporter in Dallas when John F. Kennedy was shot, he chronicled the assassination that changed the world -- and the media
On this Thanksgiving holiday, there are many brave people in both journalism and justice who deserve our gratitude
The Wild Horse Act act celebrates its 40th birthday, but only a shell of its protections for America's herds remain
From Paterno's suspicious property transfer to Sandusky's damning interview and McQueary's potentially perjurious testimony, the Penn State scandal grows murkier by the day
Making a wager on the Court's actions on the controversial law? Here's a handy guide.
President Obama's failure to reckon with America's recent past has opened the door for Republican candidates to seriously advocate torture
With the news that he has hired a defense attorney, the disgraced coach may now face criminal and civil charges. What would that mean for him and Penn State?