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The phrase has an ignominious history. Why does Trump keep using it?
More women are being incarcerated, and they face unique challenges
Data can help us build a fairer system, but only if it’s used carefully
Was her call to a fired White House aide an innocent effort to help, a campaign finance violation, or obstruction of justice?
It’s easy to see why Trump’s lawyer thought he could get away with violating campaign finance laws, since enforcement is so weak
The conviction of Trump’s former campaign chair is a win for the rule of law
Data tells the story
Trump’s television lawyer has long said that the special counsel is trying to catch the president in a lie if he sits for an interview. That’s false.
California lawsuits aiming to block the inclusion of the question can move forward, a federal judge has ruled
He once claimed a new ‘special need’ to stop terror could give the government carte blanche to spy on Americans. He cited no legal authority, just the 9/11 Commission Report.