Want Your Kid to Disappear?
By Nadya Labi
For $1,800, former Atlanta police officer Rick Strawn will make that problem child someone else's problem. He even makes house calls.
Should American Courts Cite Foreign Laws?
argues that the Supreme Court should not treat any foreign or international court ruling as a precedent.
argues that the court has been informed by international and foreign law in the past. It should do so in the future.
A Fork in the River
By Bruce Barcott
Colorado can pour its scarce water into river courses that are good for fish and paddlers or slake the thirst of its growing cities. It can't do both.
Crème de la Crème
How a few dozen immigrant students at an elite French college created a crise constitutionnelle
By Sasha Polakow-Suransky
The Department of Justice is still storming the country looking for geriatric ex-Nazis.
By Margot Sanger-Katz