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The ruling could set the contours for how much the public gets to learn about why the Commerce Department decided to include a question about citizenship.
All President Trump needs to do is ask for the bureau to continue its background investigation
A federal judge declined to make Georgia abandon its insecure paperless voting machines for this election. But the ruling laid the groundwork for forcing Georgia and other states to ditch the machines in the future.
As with Michael Cohen, prosecutors involved in Paul Manafort’s plea deal could again deploy the 1907 Tillman Act, which bans direct contributions from corporations to campaigns
A longstanding law gives campaigns, but not Super PACs, discounted TV ad rates. It should be expanded to digital platforms.
Without a full probe, Kavanaugh could, like Justice Thomas, ascend to the Court with a permanent cloud over him
His cooperation with the Special Counsel means the truth about the 2016 election has a fighting chance of coming out
A round up of where key redistricting cases across the country stand.
Here Are 3 Solutions to the Problem
Congress should earmark funding for agencies’ own declassification efforts or require agencies to spend a certain percentage of their information security budgets on declassification