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News that the New York Police Department (NYPD) is in a fight with Palantir Technologies over access to analytic data the company produced, raises a host of troubling questions.
The Attorney General is determined to revive failed policies from the past.
After his henchmen droned on about how the commission has no preconceived notions, Trump cut through the cant and commanded them to bring him the dirt.
This summer New Mexico is acting to close massive loopholes that have permitted unaccountable political spending to flood its elections for years.
Even before the microphones are turned on, the White House’s new voter fraud commission has already done significant damage to American democracy.
In 2015, Seattle voters passed an initiative creating the nation’s first “democracy voucher” program.
Mass incarceration is a racial justice issue — and an economic one, too. But it also poses a growing threat to women and families. Today, there are 1.2 million women behind bars, or on probation or parole — 730 percent more than in 1980.
Robert Mueller knows that, too.
On July 15, a three-judge panel in Texas concluded a week-long trial over the state’s congressional and state house plans. Here’s what you need to know.
A series of Senate hearings has made the Russian threat to voting crystal clear. Yet some state election officials would prefer to see it all as an argument about the power of the federal government.