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Lethal injection leaves Alabama inmate partially conscious for 13 minutes during execution

A prison inmate executed in Alabama Thursday night appeared to remain partially conscious for about 13 minutes after receiving a lethal injection shot, a grisly incident that raises further questions

Eric Holder to the Rescue?

The incoming Donald Trump administration poses many potential challenges to progressive state governments. So the state of California wanted to be prepared. It has hired Eric Holder, President Barack

A Murdered Mexican Boy and the Abuse of American Power at the Border

On a summer day in 2010, 15-year-old Sergio Hernández Guereca was playing with three friends in a culvert of the Rio Grande that separates El Paso, Texas, and Juárez, Mexico. “The boys dared one

Does Judge Gorsuch Believe in Liberty and Equality for All?

Conservatives have championed Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch as an originalist in the mold of his mentor, the late Justice Antonin Scalia. “Judge Gorsuch is a longstanding proponent of the view

Does Neil Gorsuch Believe in Liberty and Equality for All?

Conservatives have championed Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch as an originalist in the mold of his mentor, the late Justice Antonin Scalia. “Judge Gorsuch is a longstanding proponent of the view
The Supreme Court Struck Down One of Neil Gorsuch’s Decisions During His Hearing

The Supreme Court Struck Down One of Neil Gorsuch’s Decisions During His Hearing

One of Neil Gorsuch’s decisions about an autistic child’s education was struck down unanimously by the Supreme Court Wednesday morning during his confirmation hearing. The 8-0 ruling, which Gorsuch

The Supreme Court decided Neil Gorsuch was wrong in the middle of his confirmation hearing

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch was only a few hours into the third and final day of his Senate confirmation hearings when he received some unpleasant news: All eight justices already on the High

Fox News' John Roberts: Rep. Nunes Put On A 'Dog And Pony Show'

Fox News White House correspondent John Roberts characterized Rep. Nunes' impromptu and unprecedented press conference as a "dog and pony show." Roberts joined Fox News' Shepard Smith to discuss Rep.

Roberts Could Soon be the Supreme Court Swing Vote

Rick Hasen: “Even before the Senate confirmed Neil Gorsuch as a justice of the Supreme Court, and before it “nuked” the filibuster for nominees, the Trump administration and conservatives were already

Why Clarence Thomas’s Rulings on Race Are so Idiosyncratic

On Monday, the Supreme Court held that two gerrymanders passed by the North Carolina legislature were unconstitutional. All eight justices to hear the case—which was heard before Justice Neil Gorsuch

TFW you’re listening to Sean Spicer

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has said a lot of words since the start of the Trump administration. And White House reporters have had to sit in the press briefing room and listen to them.
The New Paranoia

The New Paranoia

Late on Election Night in 2012, the nation watched as Karl Rove panicked on live television. Fox News, his post–Bush administration sinecure, had just called Ohio—and, by extension, the country—for

Immigrants can’t lose citizenship for lying, Supreme Court rules

It’s not every day that the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court confesses to a crime, but Maslenjak v. United States was far from any case. On Thursday, the Supreme Court unanimously

Supreme Court says bad legal advice shouldn’t get you deported

The Supreme Court ruled Friday in favor of an immigrant who faced deportation after receiving bad legal advice, setting a precedent that will help people who plead guilty to a crime without being made

How the Supreme Court Screwed Obamacare

The health care legislation proposed by Senate Republicans is a moral abomination—one that leadership is trying to pass through undemocratic means. Some of the villains responsible for this are

Supreme Court says public money can go to churches (for playgrounds)

A closely watched Supreme Court case on the separation of church and state ended Monday in what likely amounts to a draw for advocates of school choice and civil libertarians. Despite the 7-2 ruling

The Supreme Court’s Incredible Privileging of Religion

When it comes to accommodating religious individuals or groups, the government has always been given a significant amount of discretion. For example, churches don’t pay many taxes, and they’re exempt

Shep Smith Melts Down Over Trump Trivialization Of Russian Spies' Campaign Contacts (UPDATED)

Fox News' Shepard Smith almost had a meltdown on air after John Roberts reported that Trump Jr's attorney told him the reason for the drip-drip nature of information on the Russian meeting was because
Fox News' John Roberts Walks Out Of WH Off-Camera Press Briefing

Fox News' John Roberts Walks Out Of WH Off-Camera Press Briefing

Fox News’ White House correspondent John Roberts sent a strong message to the Trump administration today when he walked out of the off-camera press briefing and said that he would have stayed if it