by Ian Millhiser Jul 13, 2016
The founding fathers did not see the same need to preserve an illusion that the Court is above politics.
Justice Ginsburg's intemperate remarks undoubtedly undermine the prestige of the judiciary. If the outcome she fears becomes a reality, however, we may all be very happy to see its legitimacy diminished.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 4, 2016
An ambitious effort to make the halls of American power whiter has failed.
by Ian Millhiser Jan 20, 2016
An effort to gut one of the most important mechanisms the law uses to deter businesses against widespread violations of the law failed on Wednesday.
by Ian Millhiser Dec 15, 2015
If you're a business looking for new ways to squeeze money out of your consumers without having to worry about whether doing so is illegal, then you had a very good day in the Supreme Court on Monday.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 28, 2015
The tide is still coming, and the Notorious RBG has tried everything she knows to stop it.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 29, 2015
The Court narrowly avoided dealing a blow to non-partisan redistricting and allowing more barriers to voter registration.
by Ian Millhiser Jun 26, 2015
Justice Scalia probably won't make it easier to pollute on Monday.
by Zack Ford May 27, 2015
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore thinks Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg isn't impartial on same-sex marriage. Here's why he has that backwards.
by Ian Millhiser May 10, 2015
Ginsburg's rise as a pop cultural icon comes at the very moment when many of the advances she secured as a lawyer seem most in jeopardy.