There are four main approaches to constitutional interpretation. Judiciary Committee Democrats need to work to get straight answers out of Kavanaugh on where he stands.
Geoffrey R. Stone is the Edward H. Levi distinguished service professor of law for The University of Chicago.
Knitting needles, scissors, coat-hangers, and ingested turpentine killed 200 women a year in the 1960s and injured thousands more. Is that really what we want?
Antonin Scalia, known to friends as Nino, was always destined for greatness. Behind his famously acerbic decisions was a man of humor, generosity, and intellect.
Even if the court rules as expected, it won’t do enough to protect LGBT people from discrimination.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the latest challenge to Obamacare this week. Here’s why the case should be open and shut.
A man wrote on Facebook he wanted to leave his ex-wife’s body ‘soaked in blood’ and wished to ‘slit the throat’ of an FBI agent.
With a Republican victory in the Senate looking increasingly likely, the President’s ability to appoint federal judges is about to be curtailed. And that matters a lot.
From gay rights to voter-ID laws, this attorney general became the man to fight the way the president couldn’t. Yet his liberal voice was too often silenced on War on Terror issues.
Twenty-nine consecutive judicial decisions in the past year have held bans on gay marriage are unconstitutional. This is nothing short of extraordinary.
Just because the initial collection of intelligence is legal doesn’t mean it should be if it catches American citizens’ communications. A bill in Congress would fix that.