An evenhanded non-partisan look at how the current court does business in four major cases. Marcia coyle has an easy to read style and yet does not sacrifice any of the needed depth or research.
The Roberts Court shows clearly and cogently how a court supposedly led by a "miminalist" Chief Justice is actually big business first and consumers/workers second.
Scalia Thomas and Alito can't retire soon enough.
An excellent look into a vitally important branch of government- especially in the toxic environment of present day Washington D.C.