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Super PACs make it easier to mount a third party bid for president.
Wednesday’s decision was a victory for advocates who have argued the Voting Rights Act may not be used as a pretext for undermining the voting power of minority communities.
Like the undead, filibusters are hard to kill. Unlike the undead, filibusters have a worthy purpose.
Many have suggested tweaks to fix the FISA Court, but the problem goes much further. A Brennan Center report suggests that fixing the court will require fixing FISA itself.
If Vermont Senate Bill 29 passes, voters will have the opportunity to register on Election Day.
Connecticut used a corruption scandal to pass campaign reform. Facing its own problems, New York should do the same.
With technological innovations developing at a dizzying pace, the United Nations should establish a special rapporteur dedicated to helping states understand how technology affects privacy.
A memo issued by President Obama last month that addresses privacy and civil liberties concerns with using drones in domestic airspace takes steps in the right direction, but leaves many questions unanswered.
America's crime rates are at their lowest point in decades. So why do so many Americans think crime is going up?
With a great amount of authority and discretion at their disposal, prosecutors make decisions that have long lasting impact on individuals involved in the criminal justice system.