Supreme Court

Trump Likely Not Going Anywhere

The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in Colorado’s case to remove Donald Trump from the ballot.

Joe Biden Takes the Good With the Bad

Plus: Two monumental cases regarding Donald Trump and 2024.

The Disqualification Scenario

Let’s pretend.

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Discarding the Chevron Doctrine Will Not Fix Congress

But reducing warped electoral incentives might.

A New Legal Challenge to the Administrative State, Explained

The Supreme Court hears arguments in two fishing cases that could limit rule-making powers of federal bureaucracies.

Colorado, Maine, and the 14th Amendment’s Enforcement Problem

We’re waiting, waiting, waiting for the Supreme Court on Trump’s ballot access.

Colorado Kicks Trump Off the Ballot

The controversial decision held that the 14th Amendment renders the former president ineligible to run for reelection.

There Is No ‘Trump Problem’

A friendly reminder from the Colorado Supreme Court.

Trump’s Presidential Immunity Question

Plus: Hunter Biden’s sordid past is finally catching up with him.

Common Law Judgments, Common Sense Justices

The court’s skepticism of financial regulators’ power may be the prelude to an even bigger case.

An Indian Murder-for-Hire Plot

Plus: Remembering Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.

Purdue Pharma’s Bankruptcy Case, Explained

The Supreme Court’s decision may unravel the drug maker’s bankruptcy.

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.