The court’s recent rulings reveal a judicial body slowly staving off deadlock.
Abortion is important. Immigration too. And the Supreme Court has influence over both of these issues, and many more.
What's at stake for the majority leader in the battle over Antonin Scalia's Supreme Court replacement.
More Americans are committing to one party in the voting booth, and elected officials are behaving in an accordingly partisan fashion.
The partisan divide on our nation's top judicial body is a newer phenomenon than you may think.
The death of Antonin Scalia may have spared the historic agreement from a premature demise, but its constitutional underpinnings are still in jeopardy.
The Supreme Court has just lost its strongest voice. His sudden silence leaves a major void.
New federal education policy must lift the burden of "educational debt" among black students. That starts with training teachers to think outside their own cultural contexts.
Neuroscience helped debunk the superpredator myth—and sway the Supreme Court. Why the movement to overhaul juvenile sentencing is picking up steam.
Beware of silver bullets, America.