The Cleverest New Anti-Abortion LawWill the Supreme Court strike down Oklahoma’s devious attempt to stop doctors from prescribing the safest kind of medical abortion?
Nullification EverywhereAre liberals hypocrites for supporting state challenges to federal marijuana laws but scorning state challenges to federal gun laws?
Grumpy Old JusticesScalia and Ginsburg are really disappointed in the Supreme Court. But only one of them is right to be.
Frisk AssessmentMayor Bloomberg’s efficiency arguments about stop-and-frisk are wrong, as well as irrelevant.
David Morgan Is Wrong, Terribly WrongTwo Florida cops shot an innocent, unarmed man in his own driveway. And then their sheriff started talking.
The Supreme Court’s First Amendment CowardiceThey should have overturned a ruling that bars gruesome abortion photos. Instead, they ducked.
Endangering the HerdThe case for suing parents who don’t vaccinate their kids—or criminally charging them.
All Corporations Go to HeavenThe Supreme Court will soon decide if CEOs can impose their religious convictions on the people who work for them.
Obama Can Fix the Race Gap in Sentencing LawA stroke of the pen can undo vast racial disparities in criminal sentences.
What’s the Matter With North Carolina?The state went from beacon of tolerance to bastion of voter suppression in a month.
Secrets and Scoops, Part 2Posner vs. Bazelon on the court ruling compelling writer James Risen to testify against his alleged source.
Fight to the DeathIn 1972 an awful backroom compromise kept the Supreme Court from abolishing the death penalty.
Don’t Text to a Driver!Could you be sued for sending a text to someone who’s driving? A New Jersey court says yes.
Hate PreachAn American brags that he's the father of the Ugandan anti-gay movement. Can he be prosecuted in the U.S.?
Supreme ErrorNorth Carolina’s new voter suppression law shows why the Voting Rights Act is still necessary.
Legislative Prayer Goes Back to the Supreme CourtAnd this time, the Obama administration is on the side of prayer.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Friends Should Not Spend 25 Years in PrisonThey’re collateral damage in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Not-Quite-So-Mandatory MinimumsEric Holder’s plan to lower sentences for drug offenders isn’t ambitious enough.
Ken Cuccinelli’s Sodomy ObsessionThe frightening legal implications of the Virginia politician’s crusade against oral and anal sex.
Chris Christie’s Legal Position on Gay Marriage Is Pure NonsenseThe New Jersey governor’s court brief reads like a bad student paper.
Samuel Alito Will Save America’s PrivacyA lower court’s ruling on warrantless cellphone searches is doomed at the Supreme Court—thanks to Justice Alito.
The Case of the Moldy Washing MachinesThe laundry litigation that could determine the future of class-action lawsuits.
Harder TimeWhy are the federal prison beds for women in the Northeast going to men—while the women get shipped to Alabama?
The Fascinating Vampire Squids of LawHow rumors of the demise of Big Law keep getting grossly exaggerated.
Virginia Is CorruptIt’s shocking what Gov. McDonnell and attorney general Cuccinelli get away with, thanks to the state’s lax ethics laws.