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A newly launched non-partisan news organization, The Marshall Project, is dedicated to covering criminal justice issues in America in a just, fair, and humane manner.
The case of Doyle Lee Hamm puts a spotlight on the disparities of the justice system we teach our children about and the one we actually have.
After Tuesday's election, Iowa Republican Senator Charles Grassley holds the key to criminal justice reform on Capitol Hill.
From facial recognition to personal data collection, this thing is downright scary -- and so are the implications.
In 2014, our voting system is still stuck in the 19th century. America must modernize it -- and finally bring it into the digital age.
Free Speech for People's John Bonifaz writes that the Fourteenth Amendment's Equal Protection Clause, which invokes the Constitutional promise of political equality for all, should be central to campaign finance questions.
Nearly two dozen states have passed new laws making it harder to vote.
Bill Clinton, ever attuned to the national zeitgeist, says the American people may at last be ready to fix a problem he now acknowledges he helped cause during his eight years in office.
Giving voters the option to register online is the logical next step in bringing Iowa's voter registration system into the digital age.
The Department of Justice's new pilot program to counter violent extremism will launch in Boston.