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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.
The Trump administration is determined to focus on immigrants and Muslims because that suits its nativist agenda.
The New York State Supreme Court ordered the NYPD to produce substantially more records about their predictive policing program.
The president's refusal to follow norms set by his predecessors and divest from his real estate empire raise questions about how his official actions impact his family’s bottom line.
The Brennan Center for Justice submitted a Freedom of Information Act request seeking records about public/unsealed international terrorism and terrorism-related convictions from September 11, 2001, through December 31, 2016.
Harsha Panduranga offers a critique of the DOJ-DHS report on terrorist-related activity for its use of data referencing the terrorist watchlist.
DOJ’s report cherry picks terrorism statistics to push a nativist agenda. To any serious observer, excluding domestic terrorism completely makes its conclusions utterly useless.
Nearly a century ago, Walter Lippman stressed the importance of separating propaganda from fact.
If not, warrantless searches of Americans’ communications, which Congress has never expressly endorsed, will soon become the law of the land — and the best gift Democrats ever gave President Trump.