The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court would threaten Roe v. Wade—and women's health and reproductive rights.
Senators should demand a U.S. Supreme Court Justice who will protect the right to vote for all Americans.
If a Texas lawsuit against the ACA reaches the Supreme Court, Justice Anthony Kennedy’s replacement could rule on the future of health care for millions of Americans.
Members of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the Founding Fathers have said that abusing the pardon power can be grounds for impeachment.
The importance of the federal court system becomes increasingly apparent as the Trump administration attacks fundamental American values and protections.
Millennials are poised to use the lessons inherent in RBG’s legacy to not only resist recent attacks on gender equality, but also drive progressive change forward.
Michele sits down with three guests and discusses cases that are currently on the docket and their potential repercussions for progressive values, as well as "RBG," a new film about the influential justice's life.
Igor speaks with his guests about Pennsylvania's gerrymandered congressional map and the harmful effects on communities of color.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ guidance is already empowering appointees throughout the administration to attack the equality and legal protections of LGBTQ people, women, and religious minorities.
The Senate will confirm a record number of President Trump’s nominated judges this year, even as Trump withdraws his most extreme nominees.
The U.S. Supreme Court could undermine civil rights for the LGBTQ community in Masterpiece Cakeshop.
New research shows that, in addition to negatively impacting mental and physical health, discriminatory service refusals undermine LGBTQ people’s access to services.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with three guests to discuss President Trump's aggressive strategy of filling federal and lower courts with predominantly white male judges.
African American judges have been caught in the crossfire of the North Carolina legislature’s war on the judiciary.
The case to be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court is not about cakes or even just the LGBTQ community; it’s a fight for civil rights and the kind of society Americans want to live in.