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  • The Senate's Philadelphia lawyer

    If you had told me last Saturday that one of Sen. Larry Craig's Republican colleagues was covertly urging him to leave some wiggle room in his promise to resign, I like to think I instantly would have identified that colleague as Sen. Arlen Specter....
  • Bush and history

    Bush and history
    Asked six years ago about how history would judge the Iraq war, George W. Bush offered this characteristically cavalier response: "History. We don't know. We'll all be dead." Like the war that came to define it, Bush's presidency conceivably could be...
  • Equal rights for the bilious, choleric, melancholic and sanguine!

    Can a law prohibiting job discrimination itself be discriminatory? That's the charge being leveled against a compromise version of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, or ENDA, a bill in Congress that would add sexual orientation — but not gender...
  • Letters to the editor

    Will 'card check' work? Re “The flaw in ‘card check,’ ” editorial, March 29 Your proposal for a secret ballot for employees would be fine in an ideal world. In the real world, however, the forces of intimidation available to...
  • Former President Reagan Dies at 93

    Ronald Reagan, the Hollywood actor who became one of the most popular presidents of the 20th century and transformed the political landscape of an era with his vision of conservative government, died Saturday at his home in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los...
  • Robert H. Bork dies at 85; pivotal figure in Supreme Court history

    Robert H. Bork dies at 85; pivotal figure in Supreme Court history
    Robert H. Bork, the conservative legal champion whose bitter defeat for a Supreme Court seat in 1987 politicized the confirmation process and changed the court's direction for decades, died Wednesday. He was 85. The former Yale law professor and judge on...
  • With foie gras ban, chefs say state is force-feeding morality

    With foie gras ban, chefs say state is force-feeding morality
    If you want to eat foie gras in California before July 1, especially at a feast dedicated to the smooth, super-fatted duck liver, your pâté may be seasoned with a grain or two of political theater. Outside Santa Monica's Mélisse earlier this month, there...
  • Justices Fear CIA Agents' Lawsuit Would Expose Secrets

    WASHINGTON — Supreme Court justices considering a lawsuit by former Cold War spies against the CIA expressed skepticism today that the case could proceed without exposing secrets or violating a ban on such lawsuits that dates nearly to the Civil...
  • Justices Void L.A. Bus, Shuttle Smog Rules

    An anti-smog rule designed to reduce diesel engine emissions in Southern California was struck down today by the U.S. Supreme Court after the high court determined that the regulation violated national clean air statutes. The Supreme Court justices...
  • Much depends on Ginsburg

    Much depends on Ginsburg
    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should retire from the Supreme Court after the completion of the current term in June. She turned 81 on Saturday and by all accounts she is healthy and physically and mentally able to continue. But only by resigning this summer...
  • A U-turn on abortion

    THE U.S. SUPREME Court on Wednesday executed an unconscionable U-turn on abortion, upholding a restrictive federal law that is virtually indistinguishable from a Nebraska statute it struck down only seven years ago. For all his paeans to precedent during...