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It is always dangerous when someone starts talking.
Why the Trump era represents a real opportunity to reform the NSA’s surveillance program.
We have grown accustomed to stories of mass data collection by federal intelligence agencies, and while being incredibly troubling, this one is ripe with bureaucratic hypocrisy and inside-the-Beltway intrigue.
At oral argument in a critical redistricting case, the Supreme Court was presented with a stark choice.
A loophole in Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act poses a danger to Americans' privacy and right to free expression.
The Trump administration revealed its character through a poisonous mix of mendacity, ignorance and arrogance.
2016 marked the biggest change in campaigning since “I Like Ike” TV commercials in 1952. Everyone needs to recognize the new landscape.
The Watergate scandal revealed a trail of crimes and cover-ups that ultimately changed American politics. John Dean and Elizabeth Holtzman discuss the lessons from Watergate that apply today.
But will Congress pass it?
A ruling for the bakery owner in the so-called “cake case” before the Supreme Court could inflict untold harm on gay people, true religious liberty, and civil rights.