The federal judiciary has hit a crisis point that requires changes to how the courts operate and how cases are brought before them.
Policymakers should ensure that religious liberty extends to all Americans—and that it is not misused as a license to discriminate.
Court packing isn’t a theoretical idea—it’s happening right now.
The process that has allowed nearly 323,000 young immigrants to apply to renew their DACA since courts reopened the process last year still stands, although its future remains uncertain.
These 13 nominees may have stayed under the radar, but they are poised to shape the U.S. judiciary branch for decades to come.
The new 5-4 conservative majority is likely to rule against the legal rights of workers and consumers.
The dismissive attitude toward sexual assault allegations displayed during the Kavanaugh hearings is a stark reminder that, even during a time of heightened awareness, survivors still face an uphill fight for fairness.
As President Trump’s judicial nominees are being rubber-stamped at a record pace, the scourge of sexual harassment in the judiciary will only worsen if left unchecked.
Trump’s nominee has lied, made misleading statements, and deceived the public in service of his career.
This week, Daniella and Ed speak with CNN's Chief Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin about the new sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Paul Manafort's plea deal, and the extraordinary life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Daniella and Ed sit down with Vanita Gupta and discuss Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court.
Brett Kavanaugh’s embrace of Rehnquist’s hard-line views suggests a dangerous opposition to constitutional protections against sex discrimination across the board.
Working women deserve a Supreme Court nominee who recognizes equal employment opportunity as central to the economic security of all families.
Race-conscious admissions policies benefit all students of color, including Asian Americans, and higher education institutions must use these practices—along with other considerations—to better ensure diversity and equity on their campuses.
If President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is appointed and overturns Roe v. Wade, the challenges women of color face when trying to access health care will be even greater.