Trump special counsel's wife prompts Ginni Thomas comparison
Ginni Thomas reportedly told the House January 6 committee that she still believes the 2020 election was stolen from Trump.
Where Amy Coney Barrett's People of Praise stands on LGBT issues
The Supreme Court justice has been urged to recuse herself from an upcoming case involving gay rights.
Justice Alito accused of being SCOTUS "leaker" after new report: "Disgrace"
"He must be forced off the Court," Keith Olbermann wrote Saturday on Twitter.
Can Joe Biden's student loan cancellation plan survive the Supreme Court?
The case against Joe Biden's student loan debt forgiveness plan has yet to be tried on its merits. Could it this time?
Alabama execution aborted after inmate "stabbed with needles for an hour"
Officials spent an hour attempting to insert an IV line into Kenneth Smith's veins before concluding they had run out of time to carry out the execution.
Republicans Should Vote No on The 'Respect for Marriage Act'
Senate Democrats are hoping enough Republicans cross party lines to codify the Supreme Court's ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges.
Ending affirmative action will be an 'earthquake' for colleges, companies
The Supreme Court's likely ban on race as a consideration in college admissions is also expected to impact hiring, government contracts, financial aid—and more.
Boycotts Are a Proud Part of American Freedom of Speech
The recent Israeli election resulted in what will likely be the most right-wing government to ever take office. This, combined with the prospect of Republican gains in Congress, may have alarming consequences concerning Americans' right to express dissent.
Kentucky rejects anti-abortion amendment, but procedure remains banned
Kentucky voters rejected an amendment on Tuesday that would have removed abortion protections from the state's constitution.
Erecting a Wall of Separation Between Tech and State
One of the most important tasks for the incoming Congress will be to prevent soft governmental censorship.
Amy Coney Barrett hits brakes on attempt to stop Biden loan relief
In October, Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett denied a similar emergency request filed by a group of Wisconsin taxpayers.
Supreme Court cases point to the problem with college affirmative action
The best reason to end affirmative action is this: It doesn't work.
State Supreme Courts Are the New Battleground for Abortion Rights
We must be just as vigilant about protecting our state courts as we are committed to undoing the damage to our federal courts.
Donald Trump suffers double court blow after string of victories
The former president saw two decisions involving Lindsey Graham and Mark Meadows go against him in a matter of days.
SCOTUS gives Trump win on taxes but revives Lindsey Graham threat
Chief Justice John Roberts temporarily blocked a Democratic-led House committee from obtaining years of Trump's federal income tax returns.
Supreme Court may deny Trump tax plea to defy partisan image: Attorney
Lower courts have previously ruled against Donald Trump in the case, determining a U.S. House committee has the authority to obtain the tax records.
Affirmative action critics look to kill these Biden policies
The Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments this week in two cases that will determine the future of affirmative action in college admissions.
As SCOTUS reviews affirmative action, Trump ally warns Biden's anti-white
Radio ads being played in the South days before the midterm elections are asking, "When did racism against white people become OK?"
SCOTUS Updates: Court considers affirmative action in college admissions
The Supreme Court will hear arguments from two cases regarding affirmative action in college admissions.
How Affirmative Action Really Works
Throughout their history, Yale and other elite, "white only" colleges and professional schools across the country did not admit Black people. However, in the 1960's, to comply with federal law, those white-only colleges took "affirmative action" to address their history of racial segregation.
A Conservative Likely Leaked the Dobbs Decision
If one looks at the issue logically, it is easy to see that someone from the conservative wing of the Supreme Court is responsible for the leak.
Lindsey Graham's reason for not testifying was just torn to shreds
Lawyers have urged the Supreme Court to reject the senator's efforts to avoid testifying before a Fulton County grand jury.
Clarence Thomas could deliver Trump another big win
The Supreme Court's most conservative justice has blocked Trump allies from testifying against the former president before. Could he do it again?
MAGA Makes Its Move to Strangle Twitter, Facebook
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas made waves last year when he issued a concurring opinion advocating that leading social media platforms shouldn't have a legal right to remove "lawful, but awful" content from their platforms.
Hillary Clinton called "election denier" after issuing 2024 warning
Clinton said that "right-wing extremists already have a plan to literally steal the next presidential election."
Could Clarence Thomas be impeached? Legal experts weigh in
Democratic Representative Jan Schakowsky said the Supreme Court justice had a "laundry list of impeachable offenses."
Let's Codify Marriage Equality—and Paid Parental Leave
This LGBTQ+ History Month, let's fight for the Respect for Marriage Act. Its passage will send the important message that regardless of what the Supreme Court says, we will never again allow LGBTQ+ relationships to be relegated to the legal shadows of our country.
Clarence Thomas is "giving the finger" to Supreme Court: Tribe
Justice Thomas has temporarily halted an order from a lower court that would require Senator Lindsey Graham to testify before a grand jury.
Clarence Thomas slammed after freezing Lindsey Graham testimony:"Disgrace"
Thomas' Monday decision prompted a new wave of calls for his impeachment from the Supreme Court.
Affirmative Action Is Racist—Against Asians. It's Time to Overturn It.
Race-conscious admission, once seen as a tool for combatting racial bias, now provokes it.