Supreme Court

Supreme Paradoxes

Roosevelt’s eight Supreme Court justices helped pen some of the Court’s best decisions—and some of its worst.

By Jeffrey Toobin

Remember the Whole Constitution

Yes, it was written in 1787, but that was only the first draft. The Supreme Court just doesn't want to admit it.

By Brianne Gorod

How the Supreme Court Is Attacking Democracy

The Court's assaults on executive agencies are really attacks on responsive and democratic government.

By Daniel A. Hanley

The Post-Dobbs Abortion Fight

Why we need to learn that when we defend abortion rights, we’re defending democracy.

By Ilyse Hogue

A Woman's Place Is in the Courtroom

By Katha Pollitt