Opinion

A political science professor weighs in on the Supreme Court's decision to consider whether Donald Trump is immune from criminal prosecution.

The majority opinion quoted Neil Gorsuch with words that could end up haunting the Trump-nominated U.S. Supreme Court justice.

Crime

The U.S. Supreme Court declining to hear Derek Chauvin's latest appeal of his conviction for murdering George Floyd should remove any doubt that he won’t serve his full sentences.

Opinion

The law keeps guns from domestic abusers.

Opinion

The ruling in Alexander v. South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP will likely set precedent.

Opinion

Most of the Supreme Court judges are self-described originalists or strongly lean toward originalism, which used to be a fringe movement. Here’s how they interpret the Constitution.

The Republican megadonor lavished the Supreme Court justice with gifts that have been compared to bribes.

Opinion

The Supreme Court's affirmative action decision willfully ignored this country's persistent vestiges of racial discrimination and inequality, New York Congressman Gregory Meeks writes in this op-ed.

Opinion

Ferguson Movement leader Tory Russell reacts to the Supreme Court judge's concurring opinion.

White women for decades have benefitted the most from affirmative action, even thought they're among those who oppose it the most. It's not irony, it's just America.

Leaders at Black colleges explain the potential benefits and definite negatives of the ruling.