by Casey Quinlan Jun 29, 2016
The education secretary referenced his experiences as a teenager when advising charter schools to rethink student discipline.
by Ian Millhiser Jun 28, 2016
More than just a voice of criminal defendants who are often pushed around by a system designed to empower law enforcement, Sotomayor has also embraced Thurgood Marshall's role as the Court's teller of difficult truths about race.
by Valcy Etienne Jun 24, 2016
“The Caucasian race has been inordinately blessed and favored."
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 8, 2016
"You cannot help but identify with their journeys."
by Ian Millhiser Jun 7, 2016
The Court could give legislative mapmakers broad latitude to discriminate, just so long as the mapmakers aren't too obvious about it.
by Evan Popp Jun 3, 2016
“They were chasing him — that’s a crime. You’re hunting them because they’re black ... You’re calling them a n----r.”
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 1, 2016
Talking to the director of the most ambitious, sprawling ESPN 30 for 30 to date.
by Casey Quinlan May 24, 2016
A student was handcuffed and will have to appear in juvenile court after an accusation he stole milk. He was on the free lunch program. He's still going to court.
by Ian Millhiser May 23, 2016
Justice Thomas on jury discrimination: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Chalk up a victory for Democrats that will make it marginally easier for them to take back the House of Representatives.