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Despite the probe, we could still see a rush to confirmation. That would further damage the chamber’s reputation.
A federal district judge allows a suit brought by 200 lawmakers to move forward that alleges Trump is violating the Constitution by receiving profits from his businesses
Government reports show domestic anti-terrorism efforts target minorities
It’s asking the Supreme Court to shield two top officials from being deposed about why the controversial question was added
It’s one thing to misleadingly frame Dr. Ford’s allegations as a case of “he said, she said.” It’s something else to ignore what “he” actually said.
Arbitrary deadlines and external pressure are just the latest problems with a bad process
In a major report in July, we found that voter purges increased significantly in the 2016 election cycle. Now, new numbers from three states offer cause for alarm about 2018, too.
Past presidents have overreached. And when they’ve done so, the system has often responded. Here’s how we’ve addressed prior abuses — and what we need to do this time.
Lawmakers likely to attack governor’s effort to restore franchise to parolees
A revitalization plan from Brennan Center Senior Fellow Jim Johnson