Supreme Court justice praises women on the court who came before her
Fisher v. University of Texas challenges racial preferences in higher education
The decision is a victory for rent-seeking companies, but not for freedom.
The outcome of the 2012 election could determine the direction of American constitutional law for decades to come.
Freedom Watch asked the high court for time to demand Kagan’s recusal
Kagan had been Obama’s solicitor general when the federal government led the lawsuit against Arizona
Kagan’s refusal to recuse herself on the Obamacare case will undermine the Supreme Court’s credibility.
Why Elena Kagan won’t recuse herself from the Obamacare case, even though she should.
‘Kagan’s participation in the Obama Administration’s defense of the [Affordable Care Act] may satisfy both requirements for recusal’
‘Members of the highest court in the land should be impartial’
TheDC Morning: Should Kagan be recusin’?
Calls for recusal will likely moderate judges’ future decisions, analysts say
‘I hear they have the votes, Larry!! Simply amazing’
A bloc of conservative Supreme Court justices may be all that stands in the way of Obamacare being implemented.
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan’s service in the Obama administration raises legitimate questions.
Lawmakers cite evidence they call ‘contradictory’ to Kagan’s confirmation testimony, 49 lawmakers call for Judiciary Committee investigation
Questions likely to be raised about whether or not Kagan should recuse herself from cases regarding health law
I’ve introduced a bill that would protect our legal system from the influence of foreign law.
A look at comments Totenberg has made in her reporting and in media appearances over the past few years might hint at a liberal bias
Newest justices speak more frequently than predecessors, may swing the court to the left