The lasting influence of the legendary Supreme Court justice.
Deeply religious marriages have more spousal equality.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett presented her judicial outlook as drawing on that of former Justice Antonin Scalia.
Barrett has left Democratic campaign consultants with a dilemma.
What she said in 2016 is still true: The president has the power to nominate, and the Senate has the right to take up the nomination or not.
There's something galling about journalists fantasizing about conservative incivility while Joy Reid laughs at the suggestion that Scalia is in hell.
A review of The Essential Scalia: On the Constitution, the Courts, and the Rule of Law, edited by Jeffrey S. Sutton and Edward Whelan.
There's been an uptick in liberal journalists, nervous about the emergence of another Supreme Court vacancy, re-litigating the Merrick Garland fight from 2016