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Breakfast Table Redux
The Supreme Court’s 2016 term may not have contained the usual number of blockbuster cases, but it did have its fair share of drama. Between the . Podcast production by Tony Field.
Nice Little FBI You’ve Got Here. Pity if Something Happened to it.
In his much-anticipated testimony on Capitol Hill this week, former FBI Director James Comey described several uncomfortable interactions with President Trump that preceded his firing. The big question for all watching was: could any of those interactions be considered “obstruction of justice?” On this week’s episode, we put the question to Stanford Law School Professor . Podcast production by Tony Field.
Clarence Thomas is Color Blind
This week, the Supreme Court handed down a decision that caught some Court-watchers . Podcast production by Tony Field.
In the wake of the unceremonious termination of FBI director James Comey this week, one previously unfamiliar name has dominated the news cycle: Rod J. Rosenstein. The former federal prosecutor became the U.S. Deputy Attorney General just over two weeks ago, and since then, has found himself at the center of storm around President Trump’s most high-profile firing to date. Leon Neyfakh has been . Podcast production by Tony Field. Our intern is Camille Mott.
The Myth of the Neutral Expert
The Supreme Court has slowed Arkansas’ unprecedented . Podcast production by Tony Field. Our intern is Camille Mott.