The Far-Right Is Doxxing Judges and Calling For Their Assassinations
Peaceful activists have been camping out near homes of Supreme Court justices in protest over Roe v. Wade. Meanwhile, the far-right is calling for assassinations of Democrat-appointed judges.
Voter Information on Judges Is Impossible to Find. Here’s How We Change That
It can be nearly impossible for voters to make informed decisions on increasingly important judicial races. But that’s (slowly) starting to shift.
Here Are the Democrats Voting for Trump-Appointed Judges—and Why
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he intends to "leave no vacancy behind." But with the stakes so high, and the ramifications so indelible, why have Senate Democrats been so willing to let him?
Things Turned Very Ugly for 3 Judges in a White Castle Parking Lot, and Now They've Been Suspended
Two of the judges ended up shot after a 3 a.m. drunken brawl outside the food fast spot.
Mitch McConnell Is About to Steamroll Democrats with Another 30 Conservative Judges By the End of the Year
While Democrats obsess over impeachment, McConnell and Trump are packing the courts for a generation.
Senate Republicans are pushing to get judges confirmed faster — just as Trump faces an onslaught of lawsuits
Senate Republicans are aiming to cut debate time for most of President Donald Trump’s judicial nominations to just two hours — down from 30.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts makes rare statement to scold Trump
Roberts, who was nominated to the Supreme Court in 2005 by George W. Bush, took the remarkable step of directly addressing Trump's recent public groanings.
Doug Ford Was Democratically Elected to Own the Libs, Deal with It
His only mandate is action and if that action requires using the barely-used Notwithstanding Clause, so be it.
What It's Like to Deliver Death Sentences
I ran for office and took the oath knowing that the death penalty would be part of my job, whether I liked it or not.
The Supreme Court just created a legal mess for detained immigrants
Immigration lawyers across the country are scrambling to find out what will happen to their clients.
The Supreme Court might make it easier for cops to tap your cell phone
Cops might be able to turn to any judge, even ones known to grant overbroad requests, for a wiretap.
Why the Courts Are the Last Protection Against the Trump Administration's Attacks on Transgender Rights
The National Center for Transgender Equality is looking to the judicial branch to fight between the headlines to protect the legal rights of all Americans.