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Two legal scholars explain the guardrails that keep commanders-in-chief in check.

Book Review

Our legal analyst reviews two pocket-size guides on the impeachment process.

Book Review

This exploration of the haunted, burning heart of rural America leaves much unsaid about its soul.

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Is the ultimate punishment finally dying?

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By Suja A. Thomas

A law professor makes a case for revitalizing a once-ubiquitous component of the U.S. justice system.

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The Burger Court and the Rise of the Judicial Right

By Michael J. Graetz and Linda Greenhouse

The seeds of today's conservative judiciary were sown in the past

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By Bryan Burrough

A fact-filled look at the United States' so-called first "Age of Terror."

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Scalia: A Court of One

Bruce Allen Murphy

How an idea shaped the career of a Supreme Court justice.