Supreme Court

The Supreme Court Can Fix Its Oldest Mistake This Year

The court long ago gutted the Privileges or Immunities Clause. A new case would give the court a chance to restore it.

Will Donald Trump Attack the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court?

He’s mostly directed his outrage at lower-court judges, but his calculus could change over the next year.

The Perils of Activist Journalism

There’s a vast gulf between reporting and campaigning.

Oklahoma’s New Catholic Charter School, Explained

St. Isidore would be funded with taxpayer money, which raises First Amendment questions.

I, the Jury

Why ‘credibly accused’ is usually an uncredible accusation.

Our Best Stuff on the Supreme Court, Trump’s Legal Woes, and Ukraine

Plus: Could Donald Trump and RFK Jr. run together?

Ultra Vires

Down with ‘Popular Constitutionalism.’

The Roberts Court at the Crossroads

Four key themes from the court’s recent term.

A Wealth of Imbecility

The Constitution doesn't confuse imaginary and realized incomes.

The Incoherence of Illegitimacy

Michael Waldman’s ‘The Supermajority’ doubles down on caricatures of the Supreme Court.

Process Over Outcomes

The Supreme Court’s upcoming Second Amendment case is just as much about due process.

Issue Polling Is Still Bad

Plus, who’s headed for the debate stage?

Truth or Consequentialism

What exactly are Supreme Court justices asked to do?

Joe Biden’s New Debt Forgiveness Plan, Explained

The Higher Education Act of 1965 is more permissive than the HEROES Act but still has limits.

With Amici Like These …

Advocacy groups are often at odds with the public sentiment they claim to represent in filing briefs to the Supreme Court.

Our Best Stuff From the Week We Got New Threads

Plus, analysis of the big end-of-term Supreme Court decisions.