Maybe Justice Thomas' silence had no meaning other than that he did not think of a question that would have been useful. Maybe the question he asked now was the first one that he thought of as useful and that nobody else asked. For us, it should not matter.
“You mean this Congress?” Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-N.Y.) said, echoing a point made in arguments to the court by Solicitor
The woman known only as Amy is trying to persuade the justices in arguments Wednesday that people convicted of possessing
Like most cases before the court, the fallout from the decision will depend in large part on whether the ruling is narrow
Justice Clarence Thomas hasn't asked a question during the Supreme Court's oral arguments for five years. He has said the