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Back at Full Strength, Supreme Court Faces a Momentous Term

Back at Full Strength, Supreme Court Faces a Momentous Term

Seated, from left: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., Justice Clarence Thomas and Justice Stephen G. Breyer. Standing, from left: Justice Elena
Justices Weigh Immunity for Corporations in Human Rights Cases Abroad

Justices Weigh Immunity for Corporations in Human Rights Cases Abroad

People waiting on Wednesday to hear oral arguments at the Supreme Court. Arab Bank has been accused of processing financial transactions through a branch in New York for groups linked to terrorism.
Why Are Corruption Cases Crumbling? Some Blame the Supreme Court

Why Are Corruption Cases Crumbling? Some Blame the Supreme Court

Senator Robert Menendez after his corruption trial ended in a mistrial on Thursday.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Conservative Plan to Weaponize the Federal Courts

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: A Conservative Plan to Weaponize the Federal Courts

The newest Supreme Court justice, Neil Gorsuch, was the featured speaker at last week’s Federalist Society convention.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: When the Truth Is Unconstitutional

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: When the Truth Is Unconstitutional

A display at a “crisis pregnancy center” in El Cajon, Calif.
Courts Must Better Police Themselves on Harassment, Chief Justice Says

Courts Must Better Police Themselves on Harassment, Chief Justice Says

Judge Alex Kozinski of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit retired two weeks ago after 15 women accused him of sexual harassment.
Courts Must Better Police Themselves on Harassment, Chief Justice Says

Courts Must Better Police Themselves on Harassment, Chief Justice Says

Judge Alex Kozinski of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit retired two weeks ago after 15 women accused him of sexual harassment.
Op-Ed Contributor: After #MeToo Comes to the Courts

Op-Ed Contributor: After #MeToo Comes to the Courts

Ninth Circuit Appeals Court Judge Alex Kozinski testifying at a hearing on Capitol Hill in March 2017.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Two Ways of Looking at Gerrymandering

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Two Ways of Looking at Gerrymandering

Protestors against gerrymandering outside the Supreme Court in October 2017.
Sidebar: A Case for Math, Not ‘Gobbledygook,’ in Judging Partisan Voting Maps

Sidebar: A Case for Math, Not ‘Gobbledygook,’ in Judging Partisan Voting Maps

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. said that statistical evidence said to show that Wisconsin’s voting districts had been warped by political gerrymandering struck him as “sociological gobbledygook.”
Sidebar: A Case for Math, Not ‘Gobbledygook,’ in Judging Partisan Voting Maps

Sidebar: A Case for Math, Not ‘Gobbledygook,’ in Judging Partisan Voting Maps

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. said that statistical evidence said to show that Wisconsin’s voting districts had been warped by political gerrymandering struck him as “sociological gobbledygook.”
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Chief Justice, Searching for Middle Ground

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Chief Justice, Searching for Middle Ground

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., left, and Justice Stephen G. Breyer at the Capitol for the State of the Union address on Tuesday.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Justice Scalia’s Fading Legacy

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Justice Scalia’s Fading Legacy

A book by Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court justice who died in 2016, on display at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February.
New Jersey Ruling Could Reignite Battle Over Church-State Separation

New Jersey Ruling Could Reignite Battle Over Church-State Separation

The Morristown Presbyterian Church is one of a dozen churches on the losing side of a New Jersey Supreme Court ruling that public money may not be given to houses of worship for historic preservation.
New Jersey Ruling Could Reignite Battle Over Church-State Separation

New Jersey Ruling Could Reignite Battle Over Church-State Separation

The Morristown Presbyterian Church is one of a dozen churches on the losing side of a New Jersey Supreme Court ruling that public money may not be given to houses of worship for historic preservation.
A Persistent Gadfly Wins Again in the Supreme Court

A Persistent Gadfly Wins Again in the Supreme Court

The decision was a second Supreme Court victory for Fane Lozman, who calls himself “a persistent and tenacious underdog.”