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Undocumented Teen’s Abortion Is a Constitutional Hellhole for Trump
The rights and lives of undocumented immigrants only seem to matter to the Trump administration when a teenage girl wants an abortion.
The Sanctuary-Cities Executive Order Is Trump’s Next Legal Train Wreck
Issued two days before the travel ban and now facing a lawsuit, its constitutional flaws appear to be catastrophic.
The Judge Who Presides Over a ‘Social Emergency Room’
“It’s emotional. But the thing to remember is that the law sucks the life out of everything.”
What’s Next in the Legal Battle Over the Travel Ban?
The Trump administration is vowing to do everything in its legal power to reinstate the ban. Here’s how that will play out.
Judges Are Starting to Question Overzealous Sex-Offender Laws
A key ruling in Michigan suggests that evidence, rather than panic, is starting to win out.
What’s Happened So Far in Silicon Valley’s Big Sex-Discrimination Suit
Ellen Pao says that the venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins holds women back.
Candidates for Manhattan D.A. Breathlessly Await
Who annoys the editorial board the least?