Illustrating mistakes that opponents of the death penalty commonly make.
Trump’s originalist judges can start to mend America’s cultural rift, even as Trump himself has done the opposite.
It is easy to see why the Supreme Court might not want to second-guess a bipartisan decision by the Senate to convict a president.
The safety policy had been on hold since last summer, when a district judge ruled it an unconstitutional ‘substantial obstacle’ to abortion access.
Texas’s otherwise stellar religious-liberty record suffers from one black mark: prisons.
Though he agrees with the recent decision not to hear a new case on the subject, Thomas points out contradictions in Supreme Court’s jurisprudence.
SCOTUS Agrees to Hear Case Challenging First Amendment Violations by Kamala Harris and Xavier Becerra against Conservative Nonprofits
The two cases challenge significant First Amendment violations against conservative nonprofits by the California attorney general's office.
The prospect of unified Democratic control has Republicans worried that the Hyde Amendment is in jeopardy.
Ohio AG Dave Yost is going against the grain as other Republicans support Trump’s dubious post-election legal challenges.