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These three interests combined account for more than half of all outside spending in these races, which is legally required to be independent of candidates.
The White House today released the latest iteration of its plan to counter violent extremism (CVE).
Ahead of tonight’s final presidential debate, Donald Trump continues to claim the November election will be “rigged,” urging his supporters to monitor polling places for “large scale fraud.”
An unprecedented buildup of secret law has been created by the federal government since 9/11 through legal memos, court rulings, agreements with foreign nations, and more.
In just two weeks, outside groups have poured more than $1.2 million into state supreme court contests, heightening concern about the influence of money and politics on state courts.
The decision comes after voting advocacy groups filed a lawsuit arguing more than 100,000 voters could be disenfranchised because of disruptions caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Florida’s voter registration deadline should be extended to prevent possible disenfranchisement from Hurricane Matthew, the League of Women Voters of Florida argued in a suit filed today.
Overall crime, violent crime, and murder rates stand at or near lows not seen since the 1960s, a new Brennan Center analysis shows.
Reuters reported today that Yahoo complied with a government directive last year to scan all of its incoming customers’ e-mails for certain content. This broad a search of content by a company has never previously been reported.
U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal stemming from the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision to shut down an investigation into possible illegal campaign spending coordination.
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