By ignoring the rules, the Trump administration exposed the innumerable fissures in our democracy. With Mike "My Pillow" Lindell's b.s. defamation suit, lawyers are taking it even further.
In the wake of RBG’s death and amid the Supreme Court’s dangerously rightward lurch, Justice Sonia Sotomayor has emerged the moral compass, calling out devastatingly bad decisions and sounding a warning for what may come.
The SCOTUS Justice's first written decision, about the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and the EPA, could have devastating consequences on the environment.
The Supreme Court Justice, married to one of Trump's staunchest supporters, is a conspiracy theory-embracing proponent of voter suppression—and perhaps the greatest threat to democracy on the bench.
Anita Hill showed us nearly 30 years ago that women who make sexual harassment and assault allegations against powerful men are shamed and blamed. Post-#MeToo, will Dr. Christine Blasey Ford show us much the same?
The Dems might not be able to stop Kavanaugh's SCOTUS appointment, but these women have risked arrest as if our lives depend on it. Because they do.
There’s a terrifying history of religious bias becoming law, and with Trump in office and Kavanaugh being put forth to join the Supreme Court, things can only get worse.
Most Americans support same-sex marriage, safe and legal abortion, and birth control. Which is why evangelicals like Jeff Sessions and Mike Pence are digging in: They're terrified they're losing ground everywhere.
While Trump walks back and forth on his treasonous alliance with Russia, government employees like Peter Strzok are being tarred and feathered for daring to have an opinion.
Much of the nation fears erosion of rights for women, immigrants, and LGBTQ people. But all is not lost. There is work we can do, starting at the voting booth.