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The Brennan Center spoke to several Texans who were prevented from voting because of the state's strict photo ID requirement. Here are their stories.
It's far easier to identify the systemic problems than it is to fix them.
Hillary Clinton could become the first non-incumbent president in more than a century to win the Democratic nomination without a fight.
In the New York Daily News, Lawrence Norden writes that the Board of Elections must make one simple fix to curb unlimited campaign giving and bring more disclosure to New York politics.
In part two of our ongoing series, the Brennan Center spoke to several voters who were confused by Texas's strict photo ID requirement and some who were blocked from voting entirely.
The appointment of two new judges nominated by a Democratic president to the FISA Court won't likely change the court's ideological balance.
Despite far stricter campaign finance regulation, the British public is no more satisfied with the state of money in politics than Americans.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights Wisconsin legislators rejecting Gov. Walker's judicial plans, rethinking judicial elections in Arkansas, and more.
After a year spent teaching English in Turkey on a government-funded grant, the author and fellow Fulbrighters find themselves inexplicably subjected to "enhanced" airport screenings.