It's the biggest event in politics this summer and we've got your guide to watching it unfurl. At 10 a.m. ET today, the Supreme Court will begin releasing its decisions on a handful of crucial cases, one of which may include the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, aka, Obamacare. Here are all the websites, networks, and Twitter streams worth following to get the best of today's news and analysis:
Websites. For expert analysis, you can't do better than SCOTUS blog, the "TMZ of the legal world," according to The New York Times, which will have seven people working full time covering every aspect of today's decisions (on a typical day, the site has two staffers). The site has updated its software and placed its live blog on a new server to prepare for the burst of traffic. For a right-leaning reaction and analysis of the news, visit The Daily Caller. For a left-leaning perspective, try Talking Points Memo. Reuters is hosting a Supreme Court live blog here. If you're done reading those and the major national news outlets, go to this website, Health Reform Bracketology, to explore the possible outcomes of the case in an uber nerdy game. And, of course, make sure to stay with us for the best legal opinions and analysis of the political ramifications available on the Web.