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Mueller's indictments describe a sprawling Russian scheme to sow discord in our elections using social media. The platforms now have a duty to protect our democracy through reforms.
They may finally be required to tell how much they spend on politics.
Neil Gorsuch has a lot of friends in Washington. He should manage these relationships carefully.
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.
Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky highlights the fact that even though speech and voting rights derive from the same source and are complementary, there is potential for conflict.
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 only way Trump will be removed from office is by impeachment or a vote of the people – not a tangled Constitutional amendment.
Whenever the president says something outrageous, consumers use it to damage his business, and judges use it to thwart his policies.
New reports about Russian money going to the NRA could prove watchdogs' fears correct.
An appellate court in Albany is set to hear oral argument in the Brennan Center’s long-running challenge to the state’s LLC Loophole.