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DOJ’s report cherry picks terrorism statistics to push a nativist agenda. To any serious observer, excluding domestic terrorism completely makes its conclusions utterly useless.
For Trump and Sessions, it seemed, it was still 1968. They are waging traditional scare politics. But something unexpected happened on the way to the backlash.
The legal wave builds: a landmark ruling offers key insights for understanding and deciding partisan gerrymandering claims
The policy has been shown to increase both registration rates and turnout without compromising election integrity.
A round up of where key redistricting cases across the country stand.
New reports about Russian money going to the NRA could prove watchdogs' fears correct.
Retired Navy commander and public policy scholar Dr. Theodore R. Johnson will join the Brennan Center this January as Senior Fellow.
Both chambers of the U.S. Congress voted to reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, with changes that, for the first time, explicitly endorse warrantless searches of millions of Americans’ communications.
Once again, Steve Bannon is at the center of chaos and questions in Washington.