An originalist case for trying, convicting and disqualifying a president after he or she leaves office.
Law and Justice
A primer on Section 3, the Constitutional words everyone is talking about.
We cling to Lincoln’s call for reconciliation but we need a government and an Attorney General Merrick Garland who will punish the domestic terrorists.
America survived the Trump era including its farcical last gasp. But, as two legal scholars explain, preserving freedom is complex.
The Texas Attorney General’s ridiculous, malevolent suit to throw out the ballots in four other states makes him more than a Trump stooge. He’s a legal menace.
A peaceful march in Graham, N.C. met by police violence, and a Supreme Court ruling underscore the threats to the right to peacefully assemble.
Election-related cases are on the Supreme Court’s docket and that’s before Nov. 3.
With the Comey Barret vote, Republicans complete their hostile takeover of the Supreme Court
The soon-to-be Supreme Court Justice has a more interesting record on prisons, prosecutors and a slew of justice issues than you might think.
The high court nominee was particularly evasive about a landmark contraceptive case.