Kamala Khan may make a few people think that Muslims can be heroes as well as villains. But vanquishing anti-Muslim prejudice will take a more sustained and energetic effort by Khan’s human counterparts.
In a New York Times book review, Tara McKelvey criticizes Matt Apuzzo's and Adam Goldman's recent book detailing the state of counterterrorism and intelligence in a post 9-11 America. Faiza Patel and Hina Shamsi respond.
The Brennan Center submitted the following letter to the Department of Defense suggesting reforms to the Privacy Act and urging the rejection of a privacy rule exception that allows the department to retain more data.
The US government is currently operating under the theory that it must collect the entire haystack to find the needle. But what happens to the rest of the haystack – information about law-abiding citizens that gets swept up in the mix?
As inspectors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons begin their inspections in Syria, they could find themselves on a collision course with the United Nations Security Council resolution that put them there in the first place.
A submission of support by The Brennan Center and Justice at Stake for the State Bar of Michigan's request for a declaratory ruling on the interpretation of the Michigan Campaign Finance Act (MCFA), as applied to judicial election campaigns.