SCOTUS refuses to rule on a major contraception case without a ninth justice on the bench.
George Mason University changes its name to the Antonin Scalia School of Law, or ASSOL.
The comedians enroll in classes at a law school with an unfortunate acronym.
President Obama nominates Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, but Congress refuses to vote on him.
Jesus gives his expert analysis of a Missouri bill that lets businesses deny service to gay couples.
Grace Parra provides out-of-her-depth coverage of a fight for access to abortion clinics in Texas.
Larry loses his 2-D likeness, and a Supreme Court battle brews between the GOP and President Obama.
President Obama argues for the right to nominate a Supreme Court justice in his last year in office.
Bicameral legislature comes to life in an infuriating (and unwinnable) children's board game.
Conspiracy expert Mike Yard argues that Antonin Scalia was the victim of a shadowy murder plot.
Senator Cory Booker talks about changing the vitriolic rhetoric in politics in his book "United."
"United" author Cory Booker addresses the rumor that he may get a Supreme Court nomination.
President Obama shoots for the moon in his State of the Union speech with a pledge to cure cancer.
A racially charged case before the Supreme Court could seal the fate of affirmative action.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia goes through a rough patch, so Jon offers him some sympathy.
The Supreme Court rules in favor of Obamacare, sparking outrage among Republicans.
State officials in Kansas and Alabama restrict gay rights.
The panelists answer personalized questions relating to their position on gay marriage legalization.
Stephen ponders the unusual decisions of the Supreme Court.
Law Professor Allison Orr Larsen argues that amicus briefs are tainting the judicial process.