Viewfinder: Protesters Gather on Capitol Hill to Oppose Supreme Court Judge Nominee Brett Kavanaugh
Protesters gathered outside the office of Senator John Thune (R-South Dakota) prior to a scheduled meeting between Thune and Kavanaugh.
Dispatches: On Trump's Decision to Tap Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court
News and notes from Pacific Standard staff and contributors.
Supreme Court Rejects Challenge Against California's Waiting Period for Buying Guns
The decision means the law will remain in effect.
Is the Supreme Court's Travel Ban Ruling Really a 'Clear Victory' for Trump?
The ban appears to be more an act of political grandstanding, at the expense of Arab and Muslim Americans.
The Evolution of Supreme Court Justices' Ideologies
Where does Merrick Garland fit in?
A Ruling Against Doing Adult Time for Juvenile Crimes
The Supreme Court gives juveniles sentenced to life in prison a second chance.
Americans Want to Term Limit the Supreme Court—and That's Exactly Why It's a Bad Idea
Beware of silver bullets, America.
Protecting Abortion Clinics in the Age of ‘McCullen v. Coakley’
After the recent Supreme Court decision, clinics will likely have to turn to injunctions to keep protesters away, taking on the additional expense themselves or passing it on to those they serve.
Is Exotic Dance ... Dance? What Will the Supreme Court Have to Say?
Susan Elizabeth Shepard spoke to anthropologist Judith Lynne Hanna about the question at the heart of a case petitioned to be heard by the Supreme Court.