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With the 2016 presidential race underway, one quality we should look for is who can govern effectively.
Technological fixes come with their own new set of challenges, introducing new avenues for manipulation and distortion.
As 2014 wraps up, we take a look at the top Money in Politics lessons of the year.
One piece of federal legislation played a pivotal role in the U.S. incarceration epidemic. Now Washington can help change it.
In mid-November, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Alabama Legislative Black Conference v. Alabama, a closely watched case that will have the court decide whether Alabama’s legislative maps were an unconstitutional racial gerrymander.
Business lobbies love to preach the virtues of ownership and enterprise. They react differently when the tables are turned.
President Obama has admitted that the relations between police and minority communities are broken, but are police cameras really enough to fix them?
Buried in the latest spending bill is yet another loosening of campaign finance limits.
A recent New York Times Magazine article inaccurately explains the impact big money has on election outcomes.
The U.S. must return to the fundamental principle that torture is wrong.