Jonathan Turley is quoted by Fox News about his tweet on why he rejects the idea of collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia.
Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. is mentioned in MarketWatch about how at $250 billion, a bank's failure can have major ripple effects.
Donald Braman is quoted in Vox about his research into the gun debate.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill on whether the deal is targeting a quid pro quo allegation or an effort to find collusion evidence.
John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in the Washington Examiner about Trump's idea of training and arming a percentage of teachers.
"Opinion Analysis: Whistling While You Work is Whistling in the Wind – Dodd-Frank Whistleblowers Do Need to Inform the SEC"
Theresa A. Gabaldon writes in SCOTUSblog about this week's SCOTUS decision in SEC whistleblower case.
W. Burlette Carter is quoted in Entertainment Weekly about the meaning behind Hattie McDaniel's Oscar.
"Symposium: The Trump Administration and International Law–Policy in the Shadow of International Law"
Laura A. Dickinson writes in OpinioJuris.org about the relationship between law and policy in national security decision-making.
Laurie S. Kohn writes in Ms. about the #MeToo movement and how to respond to domestic violence allegations.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the order issued by the federal court in the Michael Flynn case.
Robert L. Glicksman is quoted in The Verge about the novel forms of climate change litigation.
Jonathan Turley speaks to Fox News about Michael Flynn and how he may be rethinking his guilty plea.
Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the remaining threats against Trump and the White House even if collusion fades.