Gitmo foot-dragging represents a new historical phenomenon.
Do What Now?
Family court in the 1920s was the site of intense legal ferment
Here Comes the Judge
The anything-goes era on the Internet won’t last forever if local federal judge Frank Easterbrook has anything to say about it.
Sonia Sotomayor beats out Diane Wood for SCOTUS, but what’s next?
The Sotomayor nomination could get ugly fast – even if she’ll probably get confirmed anyway – but there are more interesting things to read if you drill down.
The Burris block
Should the Senate block Roland Burris from the chamber? Hell, why not?
How good is the case against Blago? pt. 3
The case against Blago remains imperfect, but Tony Rezko is negotiating to play a role.
How good is the case against Blago? pt. 2
Did Blago do anything that rises to the level of a federal crime?
How good is the case against Blago?
The Blago criminal complaint is compelling and shocking, but is it legally convincing?
The constitutional challenge to Obama’s election is unsurprisingly dead, but the silly-sounding challenge to Hillary Clinton’s appointment remains legit, sort of.
More on Obama and the Constitution
More notes on Obama and the Constitution.
Justice and Jeanette Sliwinski
Jeanette Sliwinski, who killed three men in a suicide attempt, will be freed next month.
Should there be a right to “homosexual sodomy”? Hell if Antonin Scalia knows.
And it’s back
The city’s ill-conceived independent-promoter ordinance returns.
Any publicity is good publicity . . .
Kanye’s new single: “Love Lockdown.”
Tomorrow’s RedEye cover today!
Kanye gets arrested for allegedly going after a paparazzo–but it’s not like he has many other options.