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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.
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."
Tsarnaev will be on trial for his life in a federal courthouse within walking distance of the April 15, 2013 blast site.
A newly won Republican Senate majority promised to reform a dysfunctional Congress. They have an opportunity to resist further dysfunction by focusing on fixing the filibuster.
The Feinstein report opens the door to future presidential waterboarders.
Brooklyn attorney and special prosecutor, Roger Adler, serves as an example of how the New York City Campaign Finance Board is best equipped to carry out campaign investigations.
The unfortunate death of Eric Garner raises many issues that need to be addressed in our current criminal justice system.
Judge Price’s last-minute epiphany about the death penalty — he leaves the bench next month after decades on it — might clear his conscience, but it is no act of courage.