As Boom! Lawyered returns for its fifth season, #TeamLegal has come to the inexorable conclusion that it's time to expand the courts. But is there a non-messy way to do that? How much math has to be involved? And what can be done about the conservative radicalization of the lower courts? Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy dive into all of that and more.
Special Edition: The Constitution at a Crossroads
The outcome of November's election could rewrite the Constitution. What that new version says is up to you.
So much is on the line this election, including the fate and future of the Supreme Court.
Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation threatens abortion and IVF treatments due to her belief in fetal personhood, the idea that life begins at conception.
Proposition 115 would ban abortions after 22 weeks except when the pregnant person’s life is immediately threatened.
More on the Constitution
Under the guise of "religious freedom," does the Constitution mandate government discrimination?
The conservative Supreme Court could use Fulton v. City of Philadelphia to put "religious freedom" first and start dismantling laws that protect LGBTQ people.
On Wednesday, Barrett flubbed the basics of the First Amendment, refused to denounce poll taxes, and couldn't confirm a right to privacy exists.
Sen. Mike Lee and other Republicans used Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearing to spread dangerous anti-abortion myths.
On Tuesday, Amy Coney Barrett managed to make some pretty wild statements on health care, the LGBTQ community, and more.
In Amy Coney Barrett's world, people deemed “virtuous" are white, Christian, able-bodied men.
On Monday, we heard opening statements first from members of the Senate Judiciary Committee and then Barrett—and the day was almost too normal.
There’s a lot at stake in this new Supreme Court term.
Boom! Lawyered kicks off its fifth season with hosts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy.
Tawny Newsome joins Caftan Chat With Imani Gandy to talk Breonna Taylor, Black Lives Matter, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and much more.