Judge Finds the Fatal Flaw in Trump Campaign’s Pennsylvania Case

The campaign’s post-election lawsuit was tossed, just before the commonwealth’s certification deadline.

Lindsey Graham’s the Law-and-Disorder Senator

Reading Time: < 1 minute South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, who faces an ethics complaint for allegedly trying to sway

Students Call on Harvard to Ban Trump Officials from Speaking, Holding Positions on Campus

In an open letter circulating online for signatures, students write to President Lawrence Bacow and Harvard University deans and leadership.

The Lincoln Project’s Shameful Attack on the Legal Profession

Harassing attorneys is both a frontal assault on longstanding ideals of the legal profession and a nasty tactic of intimidation.

Pentagon Hires Advocate of Total Withdrawal from Afghanistan ‘As Soon as Possible’

The move signals the administration’s desire to quickly withdraw U.S. troops from the Middle East before the end of the

Biden: ‘I Don’t See a Need for Legal Action’ to Force Trump Cooperation with Transition

Trump has continued to claim victory in the election even as his representatives have yet to produce evidence of widespread

Trump Plans to Hold Large-Scale Rallies as He Contests Election Results

The campaign has sought donations to finance its planned litigation as Trump has refused to concede to President-elect Biden. 

Could Pennsylvania Vote Hinge on a Supreme Court Call?

A primer on another curveball in the election: Republican Party of Pennsylvania v. Boockvar, which the Court has not taken

In Defense of Trump’s National-Security Record

Whether Donald Trump gets a second term or not, he deserves credit for the achievements of his first.