by Caroline Cox
At The Atlantic, Matt Ford discusses how supporters of the death penalty may inadvertently be leading to its demise.
Robert Barnes of The Washington Post reports on the oral arguments in a Supreme Court case that considers whether a sock counts as drug paraphernalia.
Alisa Wellek writes in the Huffington Post about the same case, arguing that it shows how the War on Drugs supports the War on Immigrants.
At Salon, Katie McDonough reports that advocates for abortion rights are now arguing for greater abortion rights in foreign aid.
Randal Morrison discusses at Hamilton & Griffin on Rights the oral arguments in Reed v. Gilbert and how the case is not about religious discrimination.