The integrity of prosecution is an executive concern, but it’s a judicial one too.
Congress should act to protect directors of the various parts of the National Institutes of Health—of whom Anthony Fauci is one—from the wrath of the president.
The president’s administration is attempting to bring thousands of federal employees under his control, and the public is largely unaware.
I was part of a team that carefully developed a rule-making process in compliance with both the Constitution and Congress’s laws. Can the same be said now?
Even in defeat, the administration can’t stop trying to snow the public about a proposed citizenship question.
Presidents who want to shape the world unilaterally must face four inconvenient legal truths.
An upcoming case might show how the justices would react to the special counsel being dismissed.
Why these rules exist, how they are issued, and what congressional Republicans want to do with them
Obama has taken credit for his administration’s deferred-action program. But legally speaking, this challenge was about something else.
The Supreme Court should overturn a circuit-court ruling in Noel Canning v. NLRB that would hamstring the president's ability to make recess appointments.