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To defend its Muslim Ban in court, the U.S. State Department is touting its granting of individual waivers to deserving visa applicants. A closer look shows the waiver success rate is minuscule.
There is every indication that the Nunes memo was designed to present a misleading picture.
The current rendering of the President's attempt to fire Mueller last June reads like the old joke about lawyers: ask three of them for advice and you’ll get four different opinions.
In a deeply polarized era, Congress must reassert its own constitutional powers and rein in the reigning monarch in the Oval Office.
Is our system of checks and balances sufficiently robust to detect and prevent conflicts of interest? And 19 more questions the American public deserves answers to.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recusal from the Justice Department's Trump-Russia investigation is necessary to ensure it proceeds with neither real nor perceived political interference.
With five investigations underway into ties between Trump associates and the Russians, it's difficult to know what each committee is doing. We created a guide to help you understand what each of the Trump probes is looking for and how.
New Yorkers deserve to know how the NYPD is working with ICE, what information they are sharing, and how the NYPD is using new surveillance technologies.
Appointing Clarke would damage the agency’s ability to coordinate with state and local partners and elevate his fringe views to the national stage.
Appointing a special counsel of Robert Mueller’s talent and experience is a laudable step, but it is only the first of many necessary to restore public trust in our institutions of government.