The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of a Pennsylvania man who posted several violent messages on Facebook and was convicted under a federal threat statute. The Court held that the standard used to convict him was too low.
With her stunning assault on FIFA last week, Loretta Lynch became a global rock star, a rare accomplishment for a U.S. attorney general. The indictment and arrest of so many of soccer's governing cardinals gathered in Switzerland, and the sweeping charges of corruption against the sport's ruling regime, seemed a quintessentially American -- Wilsonian, even -- move to make the world safe for clean sportsmanship.
Experienced members of Hillary Clinton's political team, especially veterans of the bruising 2008 Democratic presidential primaries and caucuses she lost to Barack Obama, know better than to scoff at the arrival of three lesser-known new candidates to the Democratic contest for president.