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Appeal in Sarah Palin’s libel loss could set up Supreme Court...

Bill Kovarik, Radford University To the numerous challenges facing the U.S. media in recent years, add a libel case...

Behind the 11 Oath Keepers charged with sedition are many more...

Mia Bloom, Georgia State University and Sophia Moskalenko, Georgia State University The leader of the Oath Keepers militia, Stewart...

The Supreme Court’s immense power may pose a danger to its...

Richard L. Pacelle, Jr., University of Tennessee The first Monday in October is the traditional day that the U.S....

What does the vice president do?

Joshua Holzer, Westminster College On Jan. 20, Kamala Harris will become vice president of the United States – the first woman, the first person of...

Don’t want federal agents in your city or town? Then protect...

Frank V. Zerunyan, University of Southern California I recently visited Portland, Oregon, and saw the destruction around the federal courthouse there – walls defaced with...

Historic power struggle between Trump and Congress to be reviewed by...

Stanley M. Brand, Pennsylvania State University On May 12, the Supreme Court will hear argument in two cases concerning congressional demands, known as subpoenas, for...

Does impeachment need a crime? Not according to framers of the...

Stefanie Lindquist, Arizona State University Donald Trump’s legal and political defenders are all singing the same refrain: The president can’t be impeached; he hasn’t committed...

Impeachment trial senators swear an oath aimed at guarding ‘against malice,...

Susan P. Fino, Wayne State University The 100 United States senators who are jurors in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump have taken a...

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