Supreme Court Year in ReviewPerhaps Justice Scalia is reading the wrong Constitution?
Supreme Court Year in ReviewAt least the court didn’t make Citizens United worse.
Supreme Court Year in ReviewPeople are painting the Arizona immigration case as a “split verdict.” Nope, the feds won big.
Supreme Court Year in ReviewWhat it looks like when justices tear into each other—from up close.
Supreme Court Year in ReviewCould the court’s conservatives split the difference on Obamacare?
Why John Roberts Is Probably Smiling Right Now
Will New Technology Push the Court Toward a More Libertarian Balance?
If Violent Video Games Are OK, Are Contraception Videos, Too?
The Court Agrees to Hear a Case About Warrantless GPS Tracking on Cars
Will the New York Legislature's Decision on Gay Marriage Affect the Supreme Court?
What Do Criminal Defendants Really "Enjoy"?
Confrontations Over a Clause
Is There an Illicit Market in Advil?
Supreme Court Year in ReviewJustices should use more than their gut and “brain science” to decide a case.
Supreme Court Year in ReviewThe court’s conservatives don’t care how much you hate Citizens United.
Supreme Court Year in ReviewThe justices seem to understand that juveniles aren’t like the rest of us.
Supreme Court Year in ReviewWhat happens when the court itself becomes the headline?
Scalia and Kagan: The Court's Two Would-Be Bloggers
When Supreme Court Justices Go Online
Clarence Thomas on Parenting: Blessings of a Skinned Bottom
Is the Court Energized by Its Critics?
What's the Originalist Stance on the V-Chip Again?
Sometimes the End-of-Term Drama Obscures the Truth
Meanwhile, at the White House …
The Symmetry of Our Suffering