The Supreme Court is weighing crucial LGBTQ rights cases, but there’s another route for advocates.
Affirmative action was seen as a remedy for the lingering effects of a centuries-old caste system.
What past cases tell us about how this one might develop.
A Dutch murder case suggests the practice is more than a slippery slope.
A ban is a bad move for Democrats.
Neither Congress nor the president dares question the 30-year, fixed-rate loan.
There’s a right way and a wrong way for a civil servant to register objections.
The demographic paradox of Central American migration.
They would collide with well-established Supreme Court precedents.
A court in Flanders, the country’s Dutch-speaking region, has decided to authorize criminal charges against two doctors.