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Newly uncovered documents reveal previous community outreach programs may actually have been used by law enforcement to collect intelligence on American Muslim communities.
Aggrandizing the violent acts of a handful of marginalized individuals as existential threats to western civilization will only drain our resources and encourage more violence.
Bans on personal solicitation by judicial candidates not only insulates future judges against possible bias, but helps build public confidence in the fairness of our courts.
Today, Nicole Austin-Hillery testified in front of the New York City Council Committees on Courts & Legal Services and Public Safety on how to improve local indigent defense.
The capitol is awash in money and conflicts of interest, with no true ethics cops on the beat.
He vowed to clean up Albany. Now it's time to deliver.
If the Supreme Court strikes down Florida’s modest regulation on judicial campaign conduct, it will threaten the integrity of the state’s judiciary and further erode the public trust in the courts.
No, the annual address calling the Union "strong” isn’t as popular as in year's past, but that doesn't make it "dead."
The Brennan Center urged the Commission to fix disclosure and coordination rules, and enforce the law.
The most stunning consequence of Citizens United is the influence that a few tycoons and other wealthy donors now wield in U.S. elections.