At least not right away. But it’s quite possible by 2040.
Oral arguments on the biggest abortion case in decades will be heard today.
Despite a rising groundswell of support, the obvious solution to our crisis has not been implemented.
President Trump’s destruction of longstanding norms continues under his successor.
We’re all apes. And some are willfully stupid about their public duties.
Historical precedents fall apart when we’re in a truly unprecedented time.
Congress forgot to disestablish a Creek Reservation created by treaty in 1833 and 1856 when it made Oklahoma a state in 1909.
A reprise of an almost identical case with a different group of Justices–and the Chief Justice switching sides.
The 6-3 opinion written by Justice Gorsuch and joined by Chief Justice Roberts defies conventional wisdom.
The state is voting during the high point of a global pandemic because Republicans forced it.
Late last week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a trio of cases healing with subpoenas for the President’s financial records.
Yesterday’s hearing before the House Judiciary Committee did a good job of explaining how the facts of the Ukraine scandal meet the Constitution’s definition of impeachable offenses.
Late yesterday, the Supreme Court put a temporary hold on an order that would give Congress access to the President’s financial documents.
A Federal District court Judge in Alabama has blocked implementation of that state’s latest attempt to challenge Roe v. Wade
The White House is doubling down on its illegitimate stonewalling of valid Congressional document requests.
President Trump’s hand-picked Federal Reserve Chairman is stating the blindingly obvious about the ongoing trade war, so of course the President labeled him an enemy.
Increased focus on conservative efforts to overturn Roe v. Wade appears to be rallying public support for abortion rights.
Just over nine years after retiring from the Supreme Court, former Associate Justice John Paul Stevens has passed away at the age of 99.
A new poll finds that public support for abortion rights is increasing, but it also shows growing support for extreme views at both ends of the spectrum.
The Supreme Court has ruled to keep the long-standing “dual sovereigns” exception to the Double Jeopardy Clause in place.
The President is once again claiming Executive Privilege to prevent Congress from getting access to certain documents.
A Federal Judge in Washington, D.C. dismissed a lawsuit against Trump “national emergency” to fund the border wall, but his ruling did not reach the merits of the lawsuit’s claim.
Kamala Harris is trying to jump-start her Presidential campaign with an idea for a new law, but it’s probably unconstitutional and would never get through Congress.
New polling shows support for abortion rights rising amid a plethora of new laws aimed at striking down Roe v. Wade
The Supreme Court sent a signal yesterday that seems to indicate how it might deal with future abortion law challenges and it doesn’t bode well for pro-lifers.
A Federal Judge in Mississippi has blocked Mississippi’s law that purports to ban abortions after detection of a fetal heartbeat.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against Alabama’s patently unconstitutional abortion law.
Republicans have spent the past week putting as much distance as they can between themselves and the latest round of radical anti-abortion laws.
Following in the footsteps of Alabama, the Missouri legislature has passed a law that would severely restrict abortion rights in the Show Me State.
A novel argument, untested in court, suggests that it might.
Senate Republicans are pushing for the end of minority obstruction—and the Democrats can’t wait.
The replacement of Anthony Kennedy with Brett Kavanaugh is already having a significant impact.
The Supreme Court appears to be leaning toward letting a war memorial on public property stay in place.
Justice Clarence Thomas argues that a 55-year-old precedent should be overturned.
Nancy Pelosi is “suggesting” to the President that the State of the Union be rescheduled for a time after the government shutdown ends, but it clearly seems like more than just a suggestion.
The latest entry in the unity third party presidential candidate genre is just as bad as they always are.
The Supreme Court appears reluctant to overturn a century of case law that established a significant exception to the Double Jeopardy Clause.