Supreme Court Justices Uphold Convictions In A Decades-Old DC Murder Case
The US Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that even though prosecutors withheld evidence that was favorable to the defense in a high-profile murder case in the 1980s, the defendants failed to show it would have changed the outcome.
Why Do Women Really Leave Government?
In her Atlantic cover story, Anne-Marie Slaughter discusses her decision to leave the State Department to spend more time with her family. But a look at other women's resignations reveals that the administration's problem may be less about accommodating their families, and more about appointing women in the first place.