The administration stepped back from the brink of a truly historic rejection of the principle that the courts decide the law under our constitutional scheme.
The Justice Department’s swift reversal demonstrates an undue solicitude for the whims of a mad king.
Expect a lot less drama in future Junes, when big-ticket cases are decided.
The overall result of his testimony will likely be the best, most important news for House Democrats since the issuance of the report itself.
The justices come from different planets concerning their views of the First Amendment provision.
The special treatment of Manafort is unprecedented — and an indication of rotten goings-on at the Justice Department.
It's not easy to find a way out of this box. but Laurence Tribe may have found one.
We could be heading for a Supreme Court split along its own fault lines of the various justices’ views of executive power.
The legal leaps are astounding, and they raise further concerns that politics has infected the agency.