Solidarity’s EndNeil Gorsuch is giving conservatives the chance to virtually destroy American unions.
Like President, Like JusticeNeil Gorsuch just showed his commitment to racial equality is about as strong as Trump’s.
The Heritage Foundation’s Terrible TimingIt picked the wrong week to argue that biased policing is really just a matter of bad PR.
What Mueller Might Have on ManafortTwo FBI surveillance orders suggest that the special counsel sees Trump’s former campaign chairman as the key to the Russia investigation.
Unilateral Rocket ManDonald Trump is ignoring his duty under the War Powers Act to consult Congress about North Korea.
Time to Protect Our DemocracyAnthony Kennedy should follow Byron White’s guidance and strike down partisan gerrymandering.
Should a Judge Rely on the Law or His Own Common Sense?A dialogue on legal pragmatism and finding the “sensible” decision.
Secret PoliceICE agents dressed in plainclothes staked out a courthouse in Brooklyn and refused to identify themselves.
The Racist Map WinsThe Supreme Court’s conservatives just ensured that Latino votes still won’t count in Texas.
One Cheer for Betsy DeVosThe secretary of education is right that colleges trample on the rights of accused sexual assailants.
Cake WreckThe Trump administration’s brief in the Supreme Court's anti-gay baker case is cynical, dishonest, and embarrassing.
What the ACLU Should Stand for in Trump’s AmericaAn interview with Waldo Jaquith, who resigned from the board of the ACLU of Virginia after Charlottesville.
Slow and Steady, Bobby Three SticksWhy Robert Mueller’s methodical pace should comfort Americans desperate for Trump’s departure.
Travel Ban 3.0 Could WorkTrump finally achieved a patina of legalism in his new travel ban to cover the bigotry.
The Case Against Partisan GerrymanderingIt is both durable and democratically subversive. It’s time for the Supreme Court to intervene.
The “Alaska Purchase” Is Probably UnconstitutionalRepublican leaders can’t buy off Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s vote this way.
Who Are You Calling Lawless?The Trump administration says sanctuary cities are rule-breakers. But it’s the federal government that keeps losing in court.
Was Trump’s Pardon of Joe Arpaio Unconstitutional?A small group of lawyers are fighting to find out.
Robert Mueller, Meet Mark ZuckerbergCould Facebook be held criminally liable for selling political ads to a Russian firm?
Too Little Integrity, Too LateAt the second meeting of Trump’s voter fraud commission, a handful of panelists developed the capacity to feel shame.
The Steele Report, RevisitedHow much of the infamous document ended up being corroborated elsewhere? A whole lot.