Three justices who concurred in that judgment accuse the majority of trying to "insulate all alleged insurrectionists from future challenges" by going further than necessary.
No matter who wins between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, chaos is likely to ensue.
There is nothing in the Constitution that prevents an inmate from winning the presidency.
Iran’s leaders wanted to show the world a high voter turnout. Instead, people stayed home for the "sham" elections.
The other Biden policy abroad that left an imprint on Tuesday’s presidential primary
Illinois Court Rules Trump Disqualified from the Presidency Under Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment
But the ruling will be effectively overturned if the federal Supreme Court rules in favor of Trump in the Colorado disqualification case, as seems likely based on the oral argument in that case.
Despite holding out against a seemingly inevitable Trump nomination, Haley lost in her home state.
The supposedly reformed drug warrior's intransigence on the issue complicates his appeal to young voters, who overwhelmingly favor legalization.
Neither Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg nor New York Attorney General Letitia James can explain exactly who was victimized by the dishonesty they cite.
Despite brazenly lying on financial documents and inventing valuations seemingly out of thin air, Trump's lender did not testify that it would have valued his loans any differently.
The essence of the case, the Manhattan D.A. says, is that Trump "corrupt[ed] a presidential election" by concealing embarrassing information.
If you’re going to set arbitrary prices for labor, why not shoot for the moon?
True the Vote told a Georgia court that it can't produce any evidence to support claims of widespread ballot fraud in Georgia.
Three-quarters of voters and more than half of Democrats are concerned about the president's age.
A recent poll finding that 18 percent of all Americans and 32 percent of Republicans believe Taylor Swift is part of a covert conspiracy effort to help Biden win reelection. This is just one example of the broader problem of political ignorance and bias.
When he's on his game, he's still one of the best bullshit detectors in the media.
SCOTUS Is Troubled by the Claim That States Can Disqualify Trump From the Election As an Insurrectionist
Most of the justices are clearly inclined to reject a Colorado Supreme Court decision asserting that power under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.
There's a reason why Democrats are freaking out over comparative anti-interventionists RFK Jr., Jill Stein, and Cornel West.
The justices might well overrule the Colorado Supreme Court on the grounds that only Congress has power to enforce Section 3 of the 14th Amendment. Such a ruling would be a serious mistake.
Co-blogger Josh Blackman and I debated the case that will be argued before the Supreme Court this morning.
The appeals court says it "cannot accept that the office of the Presidency places its former occupants above the law for all time thereafter."
Congress and the leading presidential candidates are wildly unpopular. But don’t expect new faces.