Scalia’s Liberal Streak
The conservative justice’s most brilliant—and surprisingly progressive—moments on the bench.
A Thousand-Dollar BillThe Supreme Court is wrong about the influence you can buy with less than $5,200.
Who Gets to Stay?The courts are finally granting asylum to victims of domestic abuse. Victims of gang violence are still out of luck.
Nice Try, ObamaThe president’s latest accommodation to the contraception mandate has one problem: Religious employers won’t go for it.
Ferguson’s Constitutional CrisisOn the streets of Missouri, it’s not just the First Amendment that’s being violated.
Policing the PoliceTraining, retraining, and yet more training are not the way to stop police brutality.
Listed for LifeIn some states, people face a lifetime of restrictions for nonviolent offenses committed decades ago.
The Fourth FeministJustice Breyer proves that you don’t have to be a woman on the court to understand women’s rights.
When Abuse Is Not AbuseDon’t expect Adrian Peterson to go to prison. In much of America, beating your kids is perfectly legal.
The Ultimate ConflictLocal prosecutors should not decide whether to criminally charge police officers like Ferguson’s Darren Wilson.
A Shameful Defense FailsThe McDonnells say they weren’t lying about their finances; they were lying about everything else.
Get Stolen Naked Photos Off the WebCongress needs to change the law to force Reddit and 4Chan to do the right thing.
Bobby Jindal’s Desperate MoveThe governor’s Common Core lawsuit is not about education in Louisiana. It’s just a stunt.
Advice for Ferguson From the Supreme CourtIf you don’t want to get tear gassed, stop “protesting” and start “counseling.”
Sex Offender Laws Have Gone Too FarOur draconian policies about sex offenses reflect our ignorance of them.