American law

Currently, the Post Office can fire an employee who won’t deliver mail on the Sabbath.

Jan. 27 2023 12:01AM

The law as written is unenforceable.

Bobby Miller
Jan. 26 2023 12:01AM

A broken-windows approach.

Yael Lerman
Dec. 30 2022 12:01AM

The Court may overturn longstanding “precedents that promote government hostility toward religion.”

Vincent Phillip Muñoz
June 1 2022 12:01AM

A Long Island restaurant’s lawsuit and the “religious-question doctrine.”

May 27 2022 12:01AM

And why it matters.

Eugene Volokh
May 17 2022 12:01AM

Roe was a sledgehammer, and wrongly wielded.

Avi Shafran
May 10 2022 12:01AM

An upcoming court case may determine the parameters of protected speech on social-media platforms.

Philip Hamburger
March 23 2022 12:01AM

Solving one case of anti-Jewish discrimination might not be good for the Jews.

Jonathan Tobin
March 1 2022 12:01AM

Leondra Kruger and the ministerial exception.

Ed Whelan
Feb. 2 2022 12:01AM

The Supreme Court has already ruled on the subject.

Mitchell Rocklin and Howard Slugh
Dec. 29 2021 12:01AM

Where does freedom for religion end and freedom from religion begin?

Kesley Dallas
Dec. 8 2021 12:01AM