The Color of Law: The Rise of the Philadelphia Black Lawyer
A longtime legal legend created a detailed timeline of Black lawyers in America. Here, a look at how A. Leon Higginbotham intersected with that timeline — and made history himself
Guest Commentary: A Trust for the People
A year after a landmark state Supreme Court decision, a state politics watcher says we are on the cusp of broad environmental reform—funded by Marcellus Shale
Ballot Bait and Switch
A state Supreme Court decision last week allows a disingenuous and misleading question to appear on the November ballot. How is tricking voters good politics?
Kathleen Kane: Welcome to Justice, Keystone State Style
Kathleen Kane may be removed from office even before a trial on her alleged crimes—for which she may be acquitted