By stripping unions of the "fair share" fees that allow all workers to be covered by unions' powerful legal power, SCOTUS has once again left the most vulnerable workers out to dry.
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.
The United States is in a dark place, but don’t underestimate our collective force.
A stolen seat on the highest bench in the country is paying off for conservatives: three decisions, with more to come, that say it’s legal to lie, cheat, and hate.
Does SCOTUS’s consistent inaction on the issue mean that we’ve already lost our right to choose?
In a historic ruling, the court sided with Masterpiece Cakeshop, opening the door for sanctioned discrimination and creating a mess for lower courts to interpret the law.
The case should be about fair and easy access to legal abortion and truth in advertising. But CPC lawyers want to turn this into a fight for free speech—and that's bad news for abortion rights.
A conservative-majority Supreme Court is more than just a nightmare scenario for abortion rights; with increasing pressure from "Personhood" pro-lifers, Republicans are planning on it.
The Supreme Court is split on yet another critical case on LGBTQ rights. The ruling will yield either an anti-discrimination precedent, or yet another slap in the face to civil rights.
He may be incompetent, but the Orange Menace is great at grifting, tweeting us to the brink of nuclear war—and filling federal benches with judges who liken abortion to slavery.