The lawsuit, filed by an Englewood religious-based clinic, fits with recent efforts to expand protections for religious belief nationwide
Columnist Mike Littwin explains how a Colorado case may hold answers to the constitutional question of whether Donald Trump’s actions surrounding January 6 disqualify him from the ballot.
You can blame Judge Brimmer for this ruling. Or you can blame the right-wing Supreme Court for ruling that judges must be historians.
There is no solution to racism that does not acknowledge racism or use race as part of the design for a better future.
In striking down affirmative action in college admissions, the Supreme Court has put its faith in a skill that schools no longer teach.
Polls show a disturbing number of Americans think the Supreme Court is dominated by a bunch of rank political hacks.
In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie’s dad explains how the Supreme Court’s oppressive decisions require civic response that’s both consistent and enduring. Or a passport.
Public opinion shows civil rights will eventually bounce back. But organized religion might not.
In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie’s dad explains why the setbacks from recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions may be disappointing, but shouldn’t be surprising.
Ute tribes in Colorado fear ruling in Navajo Nation’s Colorado River case weakens U.S. government obligation to keep promises made in treaties