Recent Articles from Bloomberg Opinion
It’s far too early to proclaim that rape cases are suddenly easier to win than in the past, but celebrity status is plainly not the shield it once was — a welcome change.
The president of the United States isn’t a king, and he isn’t above the law — or so constitutional law professors like me keep reminding everybody.
Maybe you’ve heard: Boy Scouts of America is filing for bankruptcy to put an end to the sexual abuse lawsuits it is facing.
President Donald Trump’s legal defense is putting a lot of weight on a brand-new memo from the Office of Legal Counsel.
It’s highly problematic for Cipollone to represent Trump in the Senate.
Mitch McConnell is giving every indication that President Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial will not introduce any new evidence.
The year in impeachment was a true roller coaster ride.
It’s an occasion to check in on the most basic question that can be asked in a democracy: What is the state of our Constitution?
The House Judiciary Committee has announced plans to consider two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
Harvey Weinstein, convicted of rape, appears to be headed to prison for at least five years. Bill Cosby, convicted two years ago of aggravated indecent assault, is currently serving a three-to-10-year sentence. It’s far too early to proclaim that rape cases are suddenly easier to win than in the past, but celebrity status is plainly ...
The confusing saga of Donald Trump’s intervention in the case of Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher seems to be over at last.
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