The justices so far have had little to say about the president's time in office, even as the nation has moved from one Trump controversy to another. That's about to change.
The administration cannot withhold public safety grants from cities that refuse to cooperate with Trump's immigration enforcement policies, a federal appeals court rules.
Perhaps the pontiff can inspire some self-examination among our graceless leaders and provoke a rebellion by the decent people, or humble day-to-day saints.
In an unusual alignment in which Neil Gorsuch joined the four liberal justices, the court ruled that part of a law that makes it easier to deport immigrants convicted of crimes is too vague to be enforced.
This article was first posted in 2017 shortly after the U.S. fired missiles into Syria in reaction to reports that the government there had used chemical weapons. In it, Chris Hedges argues that the Middle East will not know peace until the U.S. leaves the region.
Let's take a few moments to think about what some of those lessons might be for the world’s most exceptional and indispensable nation, the planet’s sole superpower, the globe’s only sheriff.
The president has lied and exaggerated the threat of the gang, and even used the grief of parents who have lost children to further his cruel anti-immigrant agenda.