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The Senate Judiciary Committee is seeing a renewed debate around ‘blue slips,’ which give Senators input on judicial nominees from their states.
The Golden State is likely to move its presidential primary to March, a shift that will make money more important than ever.
Daniel Franklin, Executive Editor of The Economist, joins Faiza Patel to discuss rapid technological change and what it may mean for our jobs, our lives, and our world.
This time, the President committed an especially grave violation of the obligations of his office. Egregious — but unconstitutional?
When a racist juror helps convict a black man, the Court should follow its own precedent and set the verdict aside.
New Mexico joins a growing list of states taking action to reduce the flow of unregulated money into the state’s political landscape.
There are four important things to know about a recent Public Interest Legal Foundation paper on alleged non-citizens on voter rolls in New Jersey.
Heightening the controversy surrounding the Commission, one of those invited to testify at Tuesday’s meeting is John Lott, a figure unfamiliar to those who study elections, but well-known in other circles for his controversial gun policy research.
If Sen. Robert Menendez is convicted, it could mean the end of Obamacare. But the case also reveals the subtle layers of what constitutes modern-day corruption.
A Breitbart op-ed charged a stolen New Hampshire election. Oops!