Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who has suffered from various ailments for years, has passed away. She was 87.
Monthly Archive: September 2020
To dismantle the primary school system is not desirable, but it is necessary. What we have now is a triumph of the middle of the 20th Century…
Our case of the week is the only known jury trial to be held before the United States Supreme Court: State of Georgia v. Brailsford.
The City of Louisville will announce a settlement in the civil lawsuit brought by Breonna Taylor’s family following her death during a police raid gone wrong.
There will be no replay of Jill Stein pulling 30K votes in a state won by only 23K in 2016.
A debut novel that feels a bit like a rupture, not quite like anything that came before it, but marking a great deal that came afterwards. In The Sheltering Sky, Paul Bowles left all sentiment to die in the desert.