Cruel DetentionsThe Supreme Court considers whether the president can throw away the key.
The Prisoners' DilemmaThe Gitmo detainees get their day in court. Sort of.
Where the Wild Things AreThe Supreme Court considers our wide open spaces.
Hiibel ThumpersThe Supreme Court is suspicious.
Off-RampCrawling up stairs at a courthouse near you.
Rock of Ages and a Hard SpaceThe Supreme Court searches for breathing room in its religion cases.
Crackseat DriverThe Supreme Court takes on collective punishment.
Junkie JusticeAre drug addicts covered under the ADA?
Frank AdmissionsThe Supreme Court finally talks seriously about race.
Shelf-CensorshipThe Supreme Court finds a library porn filter it can love.
Virginia BurningAre cross-burnings speech or violence?
Who Are the Molesters in Your Neighborhood?The Supreme Court considers the sex offender next door.
Supreme TortsHow to get paid a million dollars for your phobias.
Praise the Constitution and Pass the AmmunitionThe Supreme Court stands up for America's felons.
Tell Me Why I Don't Like First MondaysBecause nothing interesting happens.
I've Got a SecretDick Cheney's absolute right to know and not tell.
Death Penalty: The MovieThe Supreme Court finds its happy ending.
One Nation, Under Hallmark, IndivisibleIs the God of the Pledge of Allegiance a deity or a greeting card?
Wise CouncilThe Supreme Court ponders the usefulness of lawyers.
The Wing Nut's RevengeA conspiracy theorist has his day in court.
The Accidental TouristIf secondhand smoke kills, is the airline to blame? The Supreme Court deliberates.
Mock and AnnounceHow long does it take to flush the 9th Circuit down the toilet?
Hush MoneyThe Supreme Court hears campaign-finance reform. All day.
The Supreme Court Tries Sodomy… and discovers that Texas is confused about it too.
Scalia Hogs the BallSupreme Court oral argument as a solo sport.
Racketeering for GodThe Supremes consider whether violent abortion protesters are racketeers.
Thong of the SouthHow a Kentucky smut shop put the starch in Victoria's Secret's shorts.
Three Strikes GolfingLife in prison without parole for stealing three Callaway clubs.
What's the Frequency, Clarence?The Supreme Court dials 1-800-Bankruptcy.
Nino's Chain GangWhat's wrong with tying a prisoner to a hitching post? asks Justice Scalia.