Supreme Court of the United States
The Intercept’s Jenna McLaughlin says Congress must act quickly to block the FBI from having more powers to hack personal computers
In a split 4-4 decision, deep-pocketed interests like the Koch Brothers & the John Birch Society lost ground in their decades-long battle against unions, says Center for Media and Democracy’s Lisa Graves
The Real Capitol Hill examines Obama’s Supreme Court nominee’s record, from campaign finance reform to labor issues
Dean of UNC-Irvine Law Erwin Chemerinsky explains how the two major parties have created a system for selecting Supreme Court Justices who don’t prioritize public interest
In Harris v. Quinn, the Supreme Court rules that quasi-public employees don’t have to pay dues, while signaling that public sector employees could be next.
Patricia Miller and Tarso Luis Ramos say the decision reinterprets religious liberty in order to justify discriminatory practices of corporations, and privileges religious freedom of corporations over individuals