Late last night, SCOTUS let stand Texas's unconstitutional abortion ban, with its frightening vigilante enforcement provision—and it could pave the way for other states to follow suit.
And the only way to break free of the gridlock is to expand the court. Will President Biden, who is filling court vacancies as fast as he can, add to the bench?
Last week, two decisions by the Trumped-up SCOTUS bench set the U.S. on the path to perpetual GOP authoritarian rule.
As they remind us time and again, the GOP has no regard for those on this side of the womb, with this most recent bizarre, dangerous decision by California Judge Roger Benitez, which overturns the state’s ban of AR-15s.
Technology has developed and altered human life so swiftly that it’s left many of society’s institutions ill-equipped to handle its faults.
Misinformation, racial profiling, and a general—and warranted—distrust of the medical establishment put Black communities at disproportionate risk of Coronavirus infection, misdiagnosis, and death.
The biblical royal, married to King Ahab, is portrayed in speeches—most recently by Hillary Clinton—as a corrupt and “loose” woman. But as with many powerful women, we’ve got her all wrong.
AB 5, which goes into effect this year, is meant to penalize abusive employers like Uber and Lyft, but it’s poised to set a dangerous precedent that could affect many part-time workers—especially women and people of color.
On Tuesday, the Court heard opening arguments about whether LGB and trans people are worthy of anti-discrimination protections. The outcome will impact us all.
Julián Castro was the first presidential candidate to propose one this election season. But even the most ambitious no-kill legislation can’t tackle the nuanced problem that requires equally nuanced solutions.