Warnings of the court’s declining credibility are hardly new, but after Roe’s fall, they’ve intensified and moved well beyond the bench.
The three justices appointed by Trump are doing exactly what they were sent to the court to do.
Forty years after her appointment as the court’s first female justice, it’s worth reflecting on the path she took.
The justices contemplate expanding arms rights in the wake of mass shootings.
Allowing federal courts to muck around with state election laws is dangerous and destabilizing.
Plans for a commemoration and services have yet to be made final, but large crowds are expected to pay their respects for a justice who became a feminist icon and liberal hero.
Washington’s police chief took the blame. But Nixon was behind the decision.
A week of decisions contained hidden and not-so-hidden messages from the court.
We’ll soon find out whether the court inflames the culture wars or cools them as its term winds down.