They Have Lawsuits, You Have MoneyA new way to support legal challenges in the Trump era: crowdfunding.
The Supreme Court Term RBG Is Calling “Momentous”The ACLU’s national legal director, David Cole, on the start of the high court’s next term.
Emails Reveal Customs and Border Protection’s Lawlessness During Trump’s First Travel Ban
Trump the BenevolentHe wants praise for letting the Afghan girls’ robotics team into the United States. We shouldn’t give it to him.
Trials and Error
Profiling in Your PocketLocal sheriffs want you to use their app to point out potential terrorists. That’s a terrible idea.
White House Issues New Visa Rules Targeting Muslim Immigrants, Refugees, and Green Card Holders
SCOTUS Splits the Travel Ban BabyThe Supreme Court’s ruling doesn’t make much sense as a matter of law. That may be good for Donald Trump.
The Breakfast Table
Supreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 9: No need to wait until the fall—the court’s biggest travel ban ruling will happen next week.
Trump’s Tweets Must Now Be Taken SeriouslyThe 9th Circuit’s travel ban ruling declares the president’s Twitter feed is a legally binding stream of consciousness.
When Pigs FlyWhy the Trump administration’s fondness for private flights has struck a special nerve.
Travel Ban 3.0 Could WorkTrump finally achieved a patina of legalism in his new travel ban to cover the bigotry.
When ICE Came for the ChaldeansMichigan’s Chaldean Christians escaped persecution in Iraq and helped Donald Trump win the presidency. Now, they’re at risk of deportation.
How Trump’s Travel Ban Hobbled a Libyan High School Robotics TeamThe Afghan girls weren’t the only team to struggle to get to the U.S.
Grandma Is Family AgainA judge rules against Donald Trump’s travel ban guidelines saying grandparents don’t count as close family.
Rural Americans Already Have Poor Health Care. Trump’s Policies Will Hurt Further.His immigration ban and cuts to Medicaid will combine to exacerbate a physician shortage that threatens rural Americans’ health.
How Trump Can Get His Muslim BanThe administration can use the Supreme Court’s ruling to shield its decision-making from judicial review.
Where Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Is FailingThese maps show how sanctuary cities are winning against federal authorities.