FROM Andrew Koppelman
US Supreme Court to Consider Legalizing Gay Marriage In this month's elections, several states legalized same-sex marriage . Advocates are looking at seven others to add to the growing number. But next week, the US Supreme Court is set to decide whether it should take up the issue. Andrew Koppelman is Professor of law at Northwestern University and the author of Same Sex, Different States : When Same Sex Marriages Cross State Lines.
Fear and Bias in the Criminal Justice System How often do police officers in American cities use deadly force against black men? When killings are justified, what’s the official reason? We look for the answers to those and other questions raised by recent police killings that have sparked widespread outrage against racism in the justice system.
Historic Thaw in US-Cuban Relations and 2016 Presidential Contenders Hillary Clinton is still playing it coy when it comes to another run for the White House. Jeb Bush has beat her to the punch, becoming the first major player to say he'll “actively explore” a possible campaign. We hear early assessments of what's in store between now and 2016.