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When you’re so used to lying, is it possible to tell prosecutors the truth?
Gillespie's defeat in Virginia shows voters are wising up to 'tough-on-crime' grandstanding.
Contrary to popular belief, private prisons often don’t save the economies of the rural towns that seek them out.
Last week’s off-year elections provided a window into the role money plays in our politics, and the possibilities for campaign finance for reform across the country.
The groups' are offering guidance and assistance to jurisdictions that recently received misleading letters from the Public Interest Legal Foundation.
A round up of where key redistricting cases across the country stand.
Never mind economic projections, both lawmakers and donors have openly acknowledged that GOP financial support hinges on tax reform.
Donna Brazile's criticism of the DNC should spur talk about addressing party fundraising.
There are plenty of reasons to denounce Roy Moore.. But his dissents in criminal cases aren’t among them.