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Neil Gorsuch's work defending the worst of the Bush administration's excesses raises serious questions about whether he would stand up to President Trump.
Innocuous behaviors, specifically related to Islam, have already been used as grounds for added scrutiny at the border.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you about this one: your “smart” TV may be spying on you. Really.
There is at least one issue on which the justices have spoken with a relatively unified voice, and on which senators from both sides of the aisle should be united: an individual’s right to privacy in the new digital age.
Why Trump's proposals of a Muslim registry and a reboot of the NSEERS program would be unconstitutional.
What are they doing with the data?
The president-elect’s suggestions have stirred fears about religious discrimination.
Under the Trump administration, the government could use cell phone data to target communities.
Would greater surveillance powers help the F.B.I. stop terror attacks like those in Boston or Orlando? At The New York Times' Room for Debate, Faiza Patel argues no.
It is profoundly unfair to hold Muslim America collectively responsible for the violent acts of a few.