A federal judge ruled that Congress has standing to sue Obama for his administration’s health care spending. Can the challenge succeed?
The legislature refuses to discharge its constitutionally assigned responsibilities. What happens now?
Watching the battle between Obama and a Republican Congress for two years may shake Americans' faith in the Framers.
A Supreme Court case over whether passports for people born in Jerusalem should read "Israel" or not could have a surprisingly big effect on the balance of power in the United States.
Like Barack Obama, the chief justice came into office promising an age of apolitical comity. And like the president, he has seen his dream die.
A dazzling argument by Miguel Estrada shows how the justices can reach a ruling Noel Canning: Just say the Senate decides when it's in recess.
By focusing on improbable dangers to everyday people, the senator distracted Americans from the real issues.
No president can do the job without them. Let's try to be clear about which ones are valid and which aren't.
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