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With so many candidates to choose from, why not put your money behind more than one?
Police-worn body cameras have proven valuable in holding police accountable, but are we ready for this type of surveillance technology in other sectors of our society, like our schools?
Despite headlines highlighting spikes in crime across the U.S, statistical data shows most cities are enjoying the lowest crime rates in more than half a century.
Even the men and women who have been implementing solitary confinement across the country for the past decades have come to realize that it is both unlawful and immoral.
Some things get better with age. Murder cases don’t. The recent re-trying of a Texas murder case serves as a grim reminder that the "right to a speedy trial” for criminal defendants was enshrined into our Constitution for a reason.
Katha Pollitt's "Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights" arrives just as the topic has once again assumed a prominent place in the national conversation, writes Senior Fellow Dorothy Samuels.
To accompany her review of "Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights," Senior Fellow Dorothy Samuels interviewed the author, Katha Pollitt.
Laurence Tribe argues Citizens United was right on the merits, but wrong on the rationale. Yet, he finds some hope for campaign finance reform in a more recent Supreme Court decision.
Our latest Fair Courts E-Lert highlights President Obama's impact on the bay area courts, A New Mexico Supreme Court ruling in a retention election case, and more.