Amen, Canada!The Canadian Supreme Court, unlike the United States’ Supreme Court, understands that sectarian prayer is sectarian.
Ignorance of the LawA recent Supreme Court ruling allows the kind of traffic stop that led to Walter Scott’s death.
Two Pretexts Walk Into a BarThe arguments against gay marriage can’t be reconciled with the arguments for religious freedom acts.
We Are David DowLawyers are furious with Texas for suspending an effective death penalty defense attorney.
Revenge, Not JusticeTexas’ brazen attempt to silence one of its most effective death penalty defense lawyers.
Red States Will SufferIf the Supreme Court disrupts Obamacare, conservatives will harm citizens of their own states.
What’s the Worst Thing That Could Happen?Our Amicus podcasters explain why millions of people could lose their health insurance.
Colleges Aren’t Equipped to Investigate RapeState legislatures are debating surprisingly smart laws to bring justice to campus.
This Man Deserves a PardonVirginia is still imprisoning an almost certainly innocent man—even after he did the time.
Complicit as SinHow gay marriage opponents transformed themselves from a religious majority to a religious minority.
Dangerous Magical ThinkingTrying the 12-year-old “Slender Man” stabbers as adults is as illogical and barbaric as they are.
The Serious, Somber Boston Marathon Bombing TrialWhy we don’t—and shouldn’t—have cameras in federal courtrooms.
The Lawsuit That Could Threaten Kids’ FootballA court considers whether football’s “value to the community is outweighed by its dangerous attributes.”
Why the Feds Can’t Charge Darren WilsonThey should, but the Supreme Court gutted the civil rights law he violated when he killed Michael Brown.
In Defense of Court-PackingWhen the Supreme Court willfully misreads the Constitution, FDR’s plan doesn’t seem so bad.