It’s almost impossible to hold them to account.
Collegiality is scarce, and tensions are apparent.
You have a right to free speech as long as you are saying what conservatives want you to say.
A better version of the independent state legislature theory is proving difficult to figure out.
Without an effective system in place, problems like leaks and conflicts will not be adequately addressed, and public confidence in the Court will continue to plummet.
When the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the future of affirmative action, I knew I had to be there.
303 Creative v. Elenis isn’t about LGBTQ rights, as many people believe it to be, but about what constitutes speech.
Even if it’s not explicitly about him at all.
Liberty does not have to mean what the Supreme Court thinks it means.
The conservative movement’s decades-long pursuit of the judiciary is now paying off.
Haaland v. Brackeen could have major consequences for tribes’ right to exist as political entities.
The subject of The Atlantic’s November cover story maintains his innocence. Will the politicians on Pennsylvania’s Board of Pardons vote to commute his sentence?
“It was never going to be the case that if voters wanted abortion to be legal, the movement would be comfortable with that,” Mary Ziegler says.
Parody is being threatened right when we need it most.
In Moore v. Harper, the justices should not side with the views of either party.
Merrick Garland hasn’t tipped his hand, but it’s clear to me that he will bring charges against the former president.
Such a doctrine would be antithetical to the Framers’ intent, and to the text, fundamental design, and architecture of the Constitution.
Without strong fair-use protections, a culture can’t thrive.
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Even where the words remain the same, a shifting political culture has changed the impact of suddenly revived statutes.