What's Your Sign?A Supreme Court case that puts Scalia and gay rights advocates on the same side.
Hug of WarThe Supreme Court considers the risks and rewards of forced association
The Pinocchio ProjectWatching as the Supreme Court turns a corporation into a real live boy.
All in the FamilyThe Supreme Court plays nice over international child custody.
My So-Called Life Without ParoleThe Supreme Court looks at life sentences for teen offenders.
The $5 Million ManPaul Clement schools the high court on why some attorneys are worth every last penny.
This Case Is a DogThe Supreme Court mauls the law banning animal-cruelty videos.
How Can Rights Feel So Wrong?The Supreme Court takes aim at the Voting Rights Act.
The Supreme Court Reviews Hillary: The MoviePrediction: 10 thumbs-ups, 8 thumbs-downs.
Superfun!!!Toxic sludge oozes at the Supreme Court.
The Wheels on the BusThe Supreme Court tries to imagine its way out of a sex discrimination case.
Shit Doesn't HappenThe Supreme Court's 100 percent dirt-free exploration of potty words.
Smoke RingsHow to fight big tobacco without ever talking about the health risks of smoking.
Jail of Two CitiesThe Supreme Court gives the right to habeas corpus a swirly.
Oil and WaterThe Exxon Valdez case runs aground at the Supreme Court.
Justice by the HourThe Supreme Court tangles with mandatory arbitration clauses.
5-3=3A case tests the arithmetical skills of the Supreme Court justices.
They Are So Not Ready for Some FootballThe Supreme Court justices prove they know nothing whatsoever about the NFL.
Spring Break, Scalia-StyleThe best Supreme Court case ever about partying on the beach.
The Framers on the FramersDoes the Constitution protect prosecutors who fabricate evidence?
Cross-EyedThe high court looks again at religious symbols on public lands.
UnprecedentedWatching the Supreme Court make its campaign finance jurisprudence disappear.
Search MeThe Supreme Court is neither hot nor bothered by strip searches.
Cash BarThe Supreme Court ponders when your right to a fair trial collides with their right to be divine.
The Attorney General Is a Very Busy ManThe Supreme Court seems to think that also makes him immune from litigation.
Everything VibratesThe Supreme Court grapples with the primordial ooze of the Summum case.
Label ConsciousThe Supreme Court gets positively passionate about pre-emption.
The Capital GangThe Supreme Court jump-starts the machinery of death.
Bearing Arms … Against BearsJustice Kennedy thinks D.C. residents need protection—from grizzlies.
Grumpy Young MenThe Supreme Court squints at America's elderly federal employees.