The Law in These Parts asks tough questions about the role of the courts in Israeli settlement policy.
Political scientist's model predicts Republicans gaining a slight majority.
When historian Tony Judt cared passionately about a problem he was able to redefine its terms. Pity he didn't care about a few more things.
Odds are still good that pundits won't notice the radicalism of either politician.
Striking down the individual mandate leaves only one of two options: adopt a system in which government pays for health care, or do nothing.
Is there any there?
After winning a $75 million grant from the Department of Education, the Aloha State has come under fire for not implementing enough changes. Friday ends a four-day visit from the feds to see how things are progressing.
Links for your evening.
Or maybe their unluckiest.
Living outside the evangelical bubble.
Some of her words to live by
It turns out the traditional campaign beats the transformative one.
Lant Pritchett says that nominating the Dartmouth president “is like picking the shortstop for the New York Yankees out of the scrub leagues.”
The Florida senator is young, handsome, charismatic, and utterly irrelevant to GOP's standing with Latino voters.
If you tally up the words spoken by each of the justices, it looks like the individual mandate could be in serious trouble.