The one-time wunderkind, blogging pioneer, and same-sex marriage champion is now on the outs.
Another poll is out showing that Americans overwhelmingly oppose the President’s decision to ban transgender troops from serving in the military.
A new poll finds increasing support for transgender rights, even among Republicans.
A new poll shows that a majority of Americans support equal rights for transgender Americans, with only Republicans disagreeing with that position.
Progressive enthusiasm for the notion that our governing framework is dynamic and ought be constantly updated by the judiciary is waning.
After thirty years on the bench, during which he played a central role in some of the Supreme Court’s most significant rulings, Justice Anthony Kennedy is retiring.
Longstanding policy that the Justice Department defend an Act of Congress if there is “any reasonable argument” it is constitutional is being ignored.
The Trump Administration is declining to defend the Affordable Care Act in Court, arguing that the individual mandate is now unconstitutional because the tax penalty has been eliminated.
With one month to go in its term, there’s still a lot on the Supreme Court’s plate.
As we approach the third anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, a new poll finds that two-thirds of Americans support same-sex marriage.
A writer at National Review is proposing a compromise on the issue of transgender rights. Needless to say, many conservatives aren’t very happy about it.
Leland Bohannon objects to same-sex marriage on religious grounds. What rights should he have to act on that belief?
The Supreme Court held oral argument in a case that pits First Amendment rights against the rights of LGBT Americans.
President Trump’s effort to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military faces two new legal challenges.
Just about two weeks after being announced, the President’s proposed ban on military service by transgender troops is being challenged in Court.
With tomorrow marking the end of the Court’s current term, there’s speculation that we could see Justice Anthony Kennedy stepping down.
Two years after the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling, nearly two-thirds of Americans support the idea of legal marriage rights for gay and lesbian Americans.
Not surprisingly, the Trump Administration has revoked guidelines to public schools that required accommodation of transgender students.
Deflategate isn’t over yet and, depending on what happens in the Courts, could still be unresolved at the end of the N.F.L. season that begins in September.
Public opinion on the Supreme Court has declined significantly, largely because Republicans don’t like the Supreme Court very much right now.
He definitely wouldn’t appreciate it, but in some sense you can thank Robert Bork for the Supreme Court’s opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges.
Andrew Sullivan, perhaps the man most responsible for putting the notion of marriage equality into the national debate, has come out of his blogging retirement to weigh in on yesterday’s historic ruling.
The Supreme Court has issued a ruling whose roots can be found in case law going back half a century.
A new Gallup poll puts support for same-sex marriage above 60% for the first time ever.
Tomorrow promises to be an historic day at the Supreme Court, but it’s been a long legal, political, and social battle.
Many of America’s top law firms have declined to accept cases defending bans on same-sex marriage, and that’s okay.
Kentucky has offered the Supreme Court a defense of its ban on same-sex marriage that seems laughable.
Roy Moore and six of his fellow Judges on the Alabama Supreme Court have a rather bizarre view of Constitutional Law.
A new poll of 2016 primary voters shows that even Republicans are coming to accept that gays and lesbians should have the right to get married.
Justice Ginsburg acknowledges the fact that, over the past nineteen years, same-sex marriage has gone from something that most Americans oppose to something that most Americans are willing to accept.
By refusing to stay the legalization of same-sex marriage in Alabama, the Supreme Court has sent the strongest signal yet that it is ready to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide.
The two decade long argument over same-sex marriage appears headed for its final legal showdown.
An unsurprising ruling from the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals that only seems to bring closer the day when same-sex marriage will be legal nationwide.
A lower court judge has upheld the Louisiana Constitution’s limitation of marriage to “one man and one woman.”
Another step closer to the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court’s next term doesn’t start for three months, but it’s becoming clear that the Justices will have to deal with marriage equality when it does.
A big step forward for the challenge to state-based bans on same-sex marriage.
A clash over Separation Of Power and the Imperial Presidency, coming soon to a Federal District Court in Washington, D.C.
Obsessing over what a politician believed in the past accomplishes nothing.
The people are ready. Is the Supreme Court?
Another legal victory for marriage equality.
Sooner or later, the Supreme Court will have to rule on a challenge to state laws banning same-sex marriage.