With Neil Gorsuch on the bench, the highest court is set to have a conservative majority.
The legal decision of Gill v. Whitford will either extend or destroy the legacy of Earl Warren on reapportionment.
In the absence of a reliable legal remedy, the struggle to save the program and Dreamers will move again to the political arena.
With Steve Bannon gone, the attorney general assumes the mantle of Breitbart-style white nationalism at the White House.
In their ongoing watch over the legality of the president's actions, constitutional experts are revisiting this tricky question.
Without the investigation—and how it is forcing the president to play defense—the Trump agenda might be closer to full realization.
We can appreciate the full import of Gorsuch’s position on the Supreme Court only by analyzing his written orders and decisions.
It could be the president's only option if he ends up entangled by his own incriminating statements, and by evidence from others.
Even the best defense attorneys may not be able to save the president from himself. (Marc Kasowitz, Donald Trump's longtime attorney, is pictured.)