How Democrats revived the Equal Rights Amendment from a long legal limbo | Opinion

BY: - July 19, 2023

The landmark measure still faces an uphill battle before it's enshrined into law.

Flashing lights on a police car

Appellate court ruling on Philly cops’ social media posts sends a dangerous message | Michael Coard

BY: - June 20, 2023

We need far more than just mere reform to fix a broken system.

Former President Donald Trump, shown here in a 2016 file photo, is still claiming the 2020 election was "rigged." (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images)

Trump can still run while indicted. But it will make his reelection bid much harder | Opinion

BY: - March 31, 2023

By Stefanie Lindquist A Manhattan grand jury has voted to indict former President Donald Trump. The specific state felony charges, reports The New York Times, “remain a mystery” but will be related to the Manhattan district attorney’s investigation of Trump for making hush money payments to a porn star just before the 2016 presidential election. […]

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland

When it comes to prosecuting Trump, Merrick Garland needs to decide already | Bruce Ledewitz

BY: - November 29, 2022

Donald Trump needs to be removed from public life. It's time for the AG to fish or cut bait.


How to police the police? The U.S. Supreme Court did it once. It can do it again | Opinion

BY: - June 10, 2020

The high court improved policing a generation ago with the exclusionary rule. It has the opportunity to do that again by striking down qualified immunity.

Allegheny County DA’s Office says judge erred when he threw out ex-Carnegie-Mellon student’s sexual assault conviction

BY: - February 13, 2020

In a court filing, prosecutors say Judge Alex Bicket incorrectly substituted his judgment for that of the jury's when he dissmissed charges.


This is the Notre Dame speech that Bill Barr should have given — and didn’t | Bruce Ledewitz

BY: - January 3, 2020

Barr was partly to blame for the partisan reception of his speech. He couched his message in partisan terms, as an attack on secularists.