Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about the expanding authority of both federal agencies and presidents.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in Time about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's potential to change American law if confirmed.
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Washington Post about states' decisions to bar Planned Parenthood clinics from receiving money.
Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in Variety about the need for "humility" among the corporate governance at Facebook and Netflix.
David Fontana writes in CityLab about Judge Kavanaugh's life in D.C.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in Vox on how Brett Kavanaugh has a more "robust" view of executive power than Justice Anthony Kennedy.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Financial Times on how most presidents have a fixed style when it comes to pardons.
Jeffrey Rosen speaks to MSNBC on how Supreme Court justices tend to follow broad public opinion when ruling.
Jonathan Turley speaks to WBEZ-FM, Chicago, about the potential impact of a Justice Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court and the country.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in VOA on how Justice Anthony Kennedy's departure leaves the court in a "calcified state."
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh and what it suggests about the future of the Court.
David Fontana is quoted in Time about President Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh as Justice Kennedy's replacement.
Sonia M. Suter is quoted in Kaiser Health News about the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008.
Jessica Tillipman co-writes in The Hill about Scott Pruitt, President Trump, and federal government ethics.
Jonathan Turley is quoted by CNN about an existing court settlement that says children can't be kept in detention for more than 20 days.