By Ian Millhiser on April 20, 2014
The Senate Democrats' decision to cut Supreme Court nominees out of the nuclear option could prove deadly for any Supreme Court nomination Obama sends to the Senate.
By Adam Peck on April 17, 2014
Charles Cooper learned of his daughter's sexual orientation and subsequent engagement as he continued to defend the law in court.
By Ian Millhiser on April 9, 2014
In the world Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus seems to support, a Republican billionaire could not just write a $100 million check to the RNC -- he could do so anonymously.
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By Ian Millhiser on April 7, 2014
The Court's decision not to hear the Elane Photography case might be a hint that they will decide the Hobby Lobby case more narrowly than the religious right would prefer.
Chief Justice Roberts' opinion in McCutcheon v. FEC defines the word "corruption" so narrowly that it is practically meaningless.
By Ian Millhiser on April 4, 2014
He also has enough money to fund every Republican congressional candidate for the next 170 years.
By Lauren C. Williams on April 3, 2014
Google's Street View vans collected names, addresses, telephone numbers, URLs, passwords, emails, text messages, medical records, and more from open Wi-Fi networks for three years.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on April 2, 2014
And that's just the beginning.
By Joanna M. Foster on March 27, 2014
The hope is that these new rules will restore protection for about 20 million wetland acres and two million miles of streams whose legal status was thrown into uncertainty during the Bush era.
By Donna Barry and Joshua Field on March 27, 2014
Birth control is not abortion, and four other things that seemed to confuse the justices.