Its enduring symbolism won’t be that of helping people but of alienating the court and its new swing justice.
A conservative Supreme Court justice invokes a liberal colleague to argue that New York Times v. Sullivan is wrong for the social-media age.
The tale of a presidential coverup is familiar - and troubling.
The value of free speech outweighs whatever benefits may come from making it a bit harder for people to figure out how to make illegal weapons.
A decision on workers' rights to sue their employers gives a glimpse of the new look of the highest court in the land.
The essence of the court's holding was that Congress lacks the authority under the Constitution to tell states what laws they may or may not adopt.