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By insisting he can pardon himself, the president has transformed a theoretical debate into a real one.
Does the government need a warrant to find out where your cell phone's been? The Supreme Court is about to weigh in.
The Supreme Court is set to rule on a major partisan gerrymandering case that could set a national standard for how legislative maps are drawn
The Missouri governor’s political immolation could provide a roadmap for campaign finance reforms.
Trump’s eagerness to embark on a global trade war not only jeopardizes the booming American economy, but also runs counter to both the short- and long-term interests of the Republican Party.
As most Americans wait for the touted growth to kick in from the Trump tax cuts, we turn to tax scholar Jenny Brown to learn more about how large businesses derive significant tax benefits from persistent political giving.
Voting laws continue to pose major threats to voting rights this fall. But larger political forces are also weighing on voters' minds as they head to the polls.
The failure of our leaders to fully acknowledge just how that weapon was deployed means that we haven’t mustered the political courage to erect new defenses.
Will Congress choose to formally sign over its war-making powers to the president, or will it reassert them?
Remembering Robert Kennedy 50 years after his assassination.