Richard Cohen finally wrote something interesting, even if it was interesting for being despicable. But why do papers publish guys like him, anyway?
The Court's decisions on the same-sex marriage cases seem to be following the path Ginsberg wished the Supremes had taken with Roe. Is this a good thing?
Activists are back in court arguing that Pennsylvania's voter ID law still violates the state constitution. Expect to see similar arguments around the country.
How much has America's spying on European allies damaged the transatlantic trade deal once thought to be one of Obama's best opportunities for shaping his foreign policy legacy?
For once, the U.S. Senate had a good day.
Are white people who kill black people more likely to get off than black people who kill white people? What do you think?
Further thoughts on pathology and "black on black" crime.
A rally with two groups who have very little in common.
Juror B37 considers writing a dreadful book about the Zimmerman trial, then comes to her senses.
A walk through New Orleans the day after the Zimmerman verdict.
As the Senate continues battling about executive-branch nominations and nuclear options, here are a few filibuster myths that need deflating.
What the Democrats’ mini-war on the filibuster is really about.
It was always a throw-away argument from those opposed to marriage equality. But is there something to it?
Thoughts on what the Zimmerman verdict means going forward.
Opponents of same-sex marriage have long argued that allowing such unions will lead to marriages among more than two people and between adults who are related. They're right.