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The Paris attacks have fueled a debate over surveillance. But in our desire to prevent such a tragedy at home, it is vital for Americans to remember the values that drove the birth of our nation, and to guard them jealously.
Journalists have a responsibility, if not a moral obligation, to set the record straight, loudly and quickly, before the myth these politicians seek to perpetuate takes public hold.
Thousands of citizens will no longer be disenfranchised for life under a new order from the governor — and it matters well beyond the Bluegrass State.
A case from 41 years ago has important lessons for using corporate money in politics.
A recent IRS filing revealed a chain of dark money in North Carolina for the 2014 midterm election.
Equality Indicators, a new project of the CUNY Institute for State and Local Governance, employs a compelling model to measure inequality across New York City.
Predictive policing shouldn’t just become racial profiling by another name.
With as many criminal convictions as college degrees, it's more evident than ever why "ban the box" laws are important for the economy.
Discriminating against refugees because of their faith is deeply offensive to our constitutional values.
After several years of fighting, is there any chance a court will stand up for our basic Fourth Amendment rights and hold the NSA’s bulk phone record surveillance program unconstitutional?
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