In 1970, before Roe v. Wade established a constitutional right to abortion, New York became a magnet for women seeking to terminate their pregnancies legally.
The Supreme Court nominee’s dissent in the case of a pregnant, undocumented teenager should worry abortion-rights supporters.
He spent a fortune on tickets for a woebegone baseball team.
The judge insists that federal agencies stay within the limits of law and delegated authority.
If the Democrats go down swinging, they’ll have a potent message for the midterms.