Redistricting cases can be head-spinning, and Monday’s argument at the Supreme Court in McCrory v. Harris, the latest in a line of contentious election-related disputes out of North Carolina, is no exception.
Donald Trump is about to inherit the most powerful surveillance apparatus in history. Combining unprecedented technological capabilities with a lax legal regime, his spying powers dwarf anything J. Edgar Hoover could have fathomed.
With a new administration soon to be in the White House, it is unclear what the next four years hold for federal criminal justice reform efforts. Despite this, two notable measures moved forward in Washington last week.