Dahlia Lithwick

Legal Affairs correspondent for Slate

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Dahlia Lithwick is a senior editor and legal correspondent for Slate, where she also contributes to the site's female-centric column the Double X Factor.

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Republicans have secured their long-term goal: a right-wing majority on the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Kavanaugh Factor and the Midterm Elections

Republicans have secured their long-term goal: a right-wing majority on the U.S. Supreme Court.

from To the Point

The Supreme Court today struck down a Ninth Circuit Court decision on the California law called The Reproductive FACT Act.

A win for anti-abortion forces, as Supreme Court rules on crisis pregnancy centers

The Supreme Court today struck down a Ninth Circuit Court decision on the California law called The Reproductive FACT Act.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Democratic Senator Al Franken has been accused of groping and kissing women without their consent. He has apologized for some of his actions and denied others.

Sen. Al Franken resigns after sexual harassment accusations

Democratic Senator Al Franken has been accused of groping and kissing women without their consent. He has apologized for some of his actions and denied others.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Abortion is legal under federal law, but Red State Republicans are making it hard for women to exercise their constitutional right to choose.

from To the Point

Journalist Will Evans exposed Tesla’s flagrant labor violations, but all the company’s founder did was shrug him off and cry "fake news."

from Scheer Intelligence

The United Methodist Church is facing a possible split over the issue of same-sex marriage and LGBTQ clergy.

from Greater LA

The house with the picket fence is an American tradition, protected by law. But, as prices rise, homeowners are closing the door on the next generation.

from To the Point

For the first time since 1972, California Democrats are positioned to make a difference. Fourteen candidates showed up for the party convention in San Francisco.

from To the Point

Even if it’s expedited.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

How did federal prosecutors get another chance with Jeffrey Epstein?

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

The House and Senate are looking into Facebook’s plan to launch a currency called Libra. Neither side of the political aisle trusts Facebook, believing it's too big.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

A California Supreme Court decision last year created a new test to determine whether someone is an employee or an independent contractor.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand