First and Not Last
"First: Sandra Day O’Connor" is the happy product of a rare publishing phenomenon: the marriage of a significant subject with a mature, empathetic writer.
Skip the Words, Read the Pictures
Jonathan Shapiro on Edward Sorel's "Mary Astor's Purple Diary."
American Smut: Free Speech and the Right to Make a Buck
Like all company towns, Hollywood takes a wry view of the source of its wealth.
A Healthy Serving of Ellroy
Ellroy’s world is too toxic for justice to survive.
"It takes guts to write about a serious subject with a sense of humor."
Guilty as Charged
Erwin Chemerinsky attempts to save the Supreme Court from its own worst enemy.
Words Matter: Marcia Coyle's "The Roberts Court"
Politics and the Supreme Court: words matter.
Toobin's Pivot: Jeffrey Toobin's "The Oath"
IN THE OATH: The Obama White House and the Supreme Court, Jeffrey Toobin wants to tell a great story, presumably