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Although some universities are divesting as much as $10 million in holdings from private prisons, this is a drop in the bucket for a $5 billion industry.
With his approval ratings at record lows, Trump may face a greater threat from the voters than from law enforcement.
A first and necessary step towards maintaining the privacy rights of all New Yorkers, but more must be done.
For all its rhetorical flair, we know little about how extreme vetting is defined or how it's being implemented. That's why Congress needs to step in and provide oversight.
The tax overhaul should put to rest once and for all any doubts about the real-world impact of the Supreme Court’s evisceration of campaign finance law.
As the justices take up the Masterpiece Cakeshop case this week, a pithy amicus brief from First Amendment experts unravels the bakery owner’s free speech complaint.
In two high-profile cases on opposite coasts, jurors resisted public sentiment and declined to convict murder defendants.
It's technologically impossible. And if it worked, that would be worse.
In the Alabama Senate race, super PAC Highway 31 is raising eyebrows through a different and particularly novel method of obscuring funds.
Americans live more and more of their lives online. Risks to privacy will only grow unless the Court speaks out in Carpenter v. United States. The Justices seem ready to act, but how bold will they be?