Jane Doe was finally able to get the abortion she chose, but unjust obstacles for many young people in the U.S. remain
Seventeen-year-old Jane Doe is being used as a political football while she awaits her fate in federal custody
The governor has created a climate-resistant, economically supercharged state – is this the blueprint for a more progressive America?
Heads are spinning on Capitol Hill, and the president's supporters are enraged, after a dinner with top Democrats Wednesday
Actions by the Court this week affect refugees trying to come to the U.S. and whether Texas voters can be divvied up by race
Trump is playing a dangerous game by mainstreaming "constitutional sheriffs" like Joe Arpaio and David Clarke
Three people who immigrated to the U.S. as children address why they can't just become citizens, and other misconceptions
The president is behaving like a candidate again, which is bad news for his political opponents
From his simultaneous action and inaction on the program, one must conclude that Trump is either a liar or a wimp
This isn't how things are supposed to work in a country that adheres to the rule of law
Though the former sheriff faces up to six months in prison, the president promised at his rally Tuesday he will be "just fine"
It's always been about petty cultural resentments and largely unfounded economic fears
If they get their way, the next census will be seriously flawed – and will inevitably undercount African-Americans and Hispanics
With Kennedy still the swing justice, the Court remains mostly conservative
A look at how Trump's beloved policy is faring in the courts – and why he will not stop tweeting about it