The protests against Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan mark a turning point in the country's democracy but find their roots in a complicated Cold War and Ottoman past.
The justices give us at least a couple of reasons to celebrate.
In dramatic fashion, Texas women proved their political power—and gave progressives in the state new hope for the future.
His prediction from ten years ago has come true, and now he charges that the Court's liberals are just as hypocritical as he is.
Today's pair of decisions is not the last word from the justices on same-sex marriage. But for the moment, the fight is back in the hands of the states.
The constitution has always been about the spirit of justice before it’s about the letter of the law. The Roberts Court is tarnishing all that.
Progressives must move on from the idea of race-based admissions policies.
How John Roberts's ruling elevates white fatigue into constitutional law.
The ignoble American tradition of using "states' rights" to trump real, fundamental human rights carries on with the Roberts Court's decision gutting the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
This time, Massachusetts Democrats are likely to win the special election.
It turns out that the IRS was "targeting" conservative and liberal groups alike.
The Supreme Court's most ardent originalist gives us a weak argument against the policy.
Horrifying as the Syrian civil war is, Israel's best policy option is to stay out.
On the Supreme Court's decision in Fisher v. University of Texas.
Two employment law rulings have made it more difficult for harrassed employees to lodge complaints.