Special Counsel Mueller decides Paul Manafort has fatally breached his plea agreement. What will we learn from this, and when will we learn it?
The 2018 mid-term elections introduced us to more new faces than a high-school musical review, but old issues persist. Still, there were some clear-cut winners and losers.
The Kennedy vacancy on the Supreme Court is critical to the future of the Court. We must mobilize to protect it from right-wing judicial activists.
Before the end of June, the Supreme Court will decide whether to force Wisconsin to redistrict its legislature to eliminate extreme partisan gerrymandering favoring Republicans. The outcome is unpredictable but important to proponents of voters' rights.
Mr. Cohen claims that his files, computers, phones, and other materials are privileged. His claim might fail a number of different ways.
Partisan gerrymandering dilutes voting power and warps election outcomes to disadvantage majorities of voters.
People who work for Donald Trump calculate the risks and assume them. When they leave his orbit - disgraced or simply exhausted - we don't owe them any sympathy.
Even if Trump pardons some or all of Mueller's targets, they may not escape state prosecution and conviction for crimes that violate state law.
Persons of interest to Mueller in his investigation will unhappily discover they can't protect their planning to obstruct justice by discussing it with their lawyers.
The pace of Special Counsel Mueller's investigation might protect him from dismissal until Trump faces a more hostile Congress after the 2018 mid-term elections.
While it might be easier for Democrats to take control of the House in the 2018 elections, it might be more constitutionally important to take back the Senate because the Senate confirms federal judges.
Don't expect the Special Counsel to simply flip targets and climb upward, toward Trump. Investigations in complex litigation aren't always and only linear.
Pick your basis: politics, morality, honor - all of them impel resignation.
The Koch Brothers Want to Re-engineer the Constitution to Advance Their Political Agenda. Prepare to Resist Them.
Russia-collusion witnesses aren't testifying under oath in open Congressional hearings. That could signal that the Special Counsel is busy building cases against them.