As President George W. Bush prepares to leave office, our annual litigation supplement looks back at his administration's impact on the justice system—and the challenges that lie ahead for the next president.
Bush's vision of executive power has been a radical departure from American tradition.
The president hasn't ignored precedent and the Constitution. The U.S. courts have.
Lawyers predict the legal issues that will top the agenda for the next presidential administration.
How the FDA may have ended pharmaceutical litigation as we know it.
Conservatives thought they got close to nirvana with the Roberts Court. But they're not there yet.
Why the government is turning away from terrorism prosecutions—just when it was getting good at them
Guantánamo Bay was bad enough. Bagram is worse.
- FCC: On the Offensive
- EPA: In the Face of Denial
- FDA: Curbing the Habit
- ICE: Policing the Borders
- Federal Reserve: Home Rule
- Department of Education: Crackdown on Diversity