And this is only the beginning.
The other great time was seven years ago. Or four. Or two.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on the EPA will have far reaching effects for the future of environmental regulation and the Republic itself.
Democrats have been voting, and voting dutifully, for decades. After a disastrous week for liberal priorities thanks to the opinions of six unelected people, the question is: What has it got them?
Bermuda’s example shows that LGBTQ equality cannot be taken for granted, even within battles we think we’ve won.
The ruling, in a case many legal experts believed the Supreme Court never should have taken, will hamper the U.S.’s ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
In 2003, Lawrence v. Texas made it illegal for states to ban gay sexual activity. But the Supreme Court has opened the door to reinstating those bans.
Someone set fire to a would-be Wyoming abortion clinic. It's part of Roe v. Wade’s obituary—and a harbinger of abortion’s future.
A doctor in Arizona kept performing abortions after Roe v. Wade was overturned. But due to an 1864 law criminalizing abortion, chaos reigned.
Remember when abortion was freely available in the 1800s? Neither does conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.