Obama Administration adapts regulation in response to recent Supreme Court rulings, but it's not enough for employers with religious objections to contraception
Obama Is Legally Allowed to Enforce—or Not Enforce—the Law
August 03, 2014
Ross Douthat misunderstands the separation of powers.
This ACA lawsuit is a vile solicitation of right wing judicial activism—and two right wing judges just accepted it.
Libertarians are trying to upend the law—and rewrite history. Will they succeed?
How radical libertarianism is reshaping the bench.
In an order Thursday prompted by Wheaton College, the Court abandoned its concern for women impacted by the ruling.
The Dangerous Lies We Tell About America's Founding
July 03, 2014
No, the American Revolution didn't begin with the "shot heard round the world." The facts matter.
The Hobby Lobby ruling is a troubling view into the way the government treats disputes between business owners and everyone else.
The Last Time the Supreme Court Meddled in Women's Health, It Was a Big Setback for the GOP
July 02, 2014
In 1990, Webster v. Reproductive Health Services lifted Democratic fortunes across the country.
The GOP Has a Hobby Lobby Problem With Young Voters
July 01, 2014
The young favor the contraception mandate. The old don't.