High drama: Supreme Court is ending its current term this week

Last day of Supreme Court decisions features religion, immigration cases

“Supreme Court” rebuffs religious pre-school by a 12-4 vote

A court term ends, a career change begins

Steven Mazie

Steven Mazie

Supreme Court decides Takings Clause case as term winds down

Eminent domain still under fire

Supreme Court Scorecard (Updated 6/22/2017): The current term

Government leaks and the Espionage Act at 100

Government leaks and the Espionage Act at 100

Podcast: Government leaks and the Espionage Act at 100

10 fascinating facts about the world’s biggest law firm

Pro football team seeks to settle right to “Redskins” trademarks

Stage is set for court to act on immigration fight

John Avlon and Washington’s Warning to Future Generations

John Avlon and Washington’s Warning to Future Generations

House, Senate wrangle over “blue slipping” dispute

Video: John Avlon and Washington’s Warning to Future Generations

Things to watch in Supreme Court’s immigration ban consideration

When the Supreme Court ruled to allow American flag burning

The day the Constitution was ratified

Civic Literacy Contest Deadline Extended to July 14

Free Admission, Historical Re-Enactments, and a Six-Ton Hoagie Salute Part of National Constitution Center’s Independence Week Programming

Hawaii uses Trump as ally on immigration feud

Why we don’t have a turkey on our Great Seal

Video: What Happened to Congress?

What Happened to Congress?

Justice Department officials get immunity for 9/11 response

Video: What Happened to Congress?

Court may rule on partisan gerrymandering – but maybe not

Supreme Court gives Internet broad new protections

Supreme Court decision could bolster Redskins in trademark case

On this day, Congress passes the Civil Rights Act

Looking at America’s forgotten War of 1812

Parking Garage Closed June 25

On this day, the Statue of Liberty arrives in America

Video: Remembering Birmingham

Remembering Birmingham: Civil Rights and Constitutional Change

Remembering Birmingham: Civil Rights and Constitutional Change

Government wipes out major Obama immigration order

MSNBC, For the Record with Greta: What Does It Mean That Pence Hired Outside Counsel?

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Loving, marriage, and (in)equality

This week in Supreme Court history: A win for ‘stop and frisk’

Justice Gorsuch joins the court - again

Serena Mayeri

The history behind Loving v. Virginia

Loving v. Virginia at 50

Loving v. Virginia at 50

Podcast: Loving v. Virginia at 50

What Does It Mean That Pence Hired Outside Counsel?

What happens when no one wins a presidential election?

How Aaron Burr changed the Constitution

President acts to keep immigration order alive

Democratic lawmakers sue President over business ties

Symone Mazzotta

West Virginia v. Barnette: The freedom to not pledge allegiance

Timing gets tighter on immigration review

The history of legal challenges to the Pledge of Allegiance

How much do you know about the American flag?

Ken Tanabe

Government offers timetable on immigration cases

How the 14th Amendment protects ‘loving’ and diverse families

The Miranda warning is born 51 years ago today

On this day, Congress approved the 14th Amendment

Looking at the latest Emoluments suit against Trump

Trump immigration order blocked again, more broadly

On this day: Supreme Court rejects anti-interracial marriage laws

10 facts about President George H.W. Bush for his 93rd birthday

Puerto Rico’s quest to be the 51st state hits a critical point

Can President Trump block people on Twitter?

Examining the legacy of Chief Justice Warren Burger

The soul of the First Amendment

The soul of the First Amendment

Leaks, tapes resurface in latest Comey testimony to Senate

Podcast: The soul of the First Amendment

Can the Justices decide the Trump immigration case swiftly? A lesson from 1981

On This Day: James Madison introduces the Bill of Rights

The Future of Digital Free Speech

The Future of Digital Free Speech

Answers, and new questions, on partisan gerrymandering

Trump’s speedy Supreme Court request would be unusual

Recalling the Supreme Court’s historic statement on contraception and privacy

New challenge to labor union support fees

Intelligence Squared Debate, San Francisco

Intelligence Squared Debate, San Francisco

President Trump redefines the role of legal client

Scholars debate Trump, Comey and obstructing justice

Trump, Comey and obstruction of justice

Trump, Comey and obstruction of justice

Podcast EXTRA: Trump, Comey and obstruction of justice

Large hospital chains get free of a worker benefit law

Supreme Court takes on another cellphone privacy issue

A brief review of executive privilege, from Washington to Trump

Neil Gorsuch Hails ‘Rule of Law’ in Harvard Appearance

Jeffrey Rosen Interviews Breyer, Gorsuch

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch: Rule of Law ‘a Blessing’

Gorsuch Stresses Rule of Law, System Where ‘Government Can Lose in Its Own Courts’

Gorsuch Rejects Doubts Over ‘Rule of Law Today’

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