The Debrief with FOX 5’s Katie Barlow after fencing was placed around the Supreme Court.
What does 'Codifying Roe v. Wade' mean? FOX 5’s Katie Barlow breaks it down.
Tom Goldstein, publisher of SCOTUSblog who has argued over 40 cases before the supreme court, joined us with more on the Supreme Court leak.
"In the Courts" is a weekly show about the law and how it works – or doesn’t. Katie Barlow interprets and explains America’s most confusing, sometimes confounding, institution and helps translate what’s happening in the courts for non-lawyers and court-watchers alike.
The Supreme Court has been a hot topic lately with major cases on abortion, gun rights, masks, and the confirmation of the first Black woman justice. On "In the Courts," we will continue to break down the impact of the court's decisions on your daily lives.
American University law professor Maya Manian joins Katie on "In the Courts" to break down how the SCOTUS leak impacts you.
Virginia Senator Tim Kaine tweeted that he supports a woman’s right to choose and that lawmakers must codify Roe v. Wade by passing the Women’s Health Protection Act. He joins Katie on "In the Courts" to discuss.
Former FBI Senior Executive Adam Lee joins Katie on "In the Courts" to talk about what the investigation into the Supreme Court leak will look like.
Katie Barlow’s first episode of In The Courts is in the books! Send us your questions and what you want to know. Join Katie every Sunday at 11:30 p.m. recapping what happened in the courts and also hoping for cameras in every courtroom!
Katie Barlow spoke with the team who represents the school district in the football coach prayer case. Bradley Girard, attorney for Americans United for Separation of Church and State, joined us with analysis.
It's hearsay courtesy of a couple of Hollywood stars in the courts right here in our backyard! Katie Barlow has the latest WTF! Legal Jargon!
Sports are in the courts a lot these days, from lawsuits trying to block athletes who are transgender from participating to student athletes being forced to cut their hair. This week was no exception as school prayer -- well, in this case it was prayer after a high school football game -- made its way to the Supreme Court.