It’s not just an anomaly. New cases shed light on the phenomenon of admitting to a crime you didn’t commit
Viewpoint: What Everyone’s Getting Wrong About Special-Ed Sports
Federal guidelines don’t mandate new teams, but could lead to a more inclusive society
Sonia Sotomayor Debate: Should Unhappy Lawyers Blame Themselves?
The U.S. Supreme Court justice shows a lack of empathy for her less fortunate colleagues
Viewpoint: The Department of Defense Took Too Long on Women in Combat
The ten year delay between on-the-ground reality and official policy shows a troubling bureaucracy
Was Aaron Swartz Really ‘Killed by the Government’?
No, but prosecutors did go too far in pressing felony charges
Will Self-Driving Cars Change the Rules of the Road?
Google claims computer-navigated cars are safer than human-driven ones, but they pose a flood of new legal questions
Online Reviewers Beware: You Can Get Sued
Everyone’s a critic these days, but defamation laws still exist in the Internet age
Would More Women In The Senate Mean Less Gridlock?
20 female lawmakers agreed there would have been no fiscal cliff drama had they been running the show, but they may be wrong
Has The Fight For Abortion Rights Been Lost?
Getting an abortion is more difficult today than at any point since the 1970s. Is the pro-choice movement losing the battle?
Viewpoint: The Government Would Like to Keep Reading Your E-Mail
A recent vote in Congress continues to allow easy access to private correspondence
Viewpoint: Arming Teachers Isn’t the Answer
Putting more guns in schools will likely lead to more violence
The Myth of Second Amendment Exceptionalism
We make tradeoffs in personal liberties all the time. Why is gun control any different?
Whither Goes Free Speech at Harvard?
A recent incident suggests administrators might be more concerned about ugly words than the underlying problems they were intending to satirize