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Brennan Center Fellow Ciara Torres-Spelliscy recaps her experience at the largest hacking conference in the United States.
If you are shocked by a jail suicide you aren’t paying attention to the grim conditions of incarceration in America.
Focusing and speculating about a mass shooter’s background can obscure the lasting damage on targeted communities.
A judge blocked a new IRS rule that would have undermined donor disclosure requirements for nonprofit organizations, writes Brennan Center Fellow Ciara Torres-Spelliscy.
Attorney General Barr’s justification for resuming capital punishment is everything Justice Brennan feared.
On the 54th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, new analysis from the Brennan Center underscores the importance of restoring the law’s full protections.
Some still argue that increasing imprisonment is necessary to reduce crime. Data show otherwise.
The Democratic debates remind us how far the conversation has come on justice reform, writes Brennan Center Fellow Andrew Cohen.
A bicameral, bipartisan rebuke of the president would enable voters to make the final judgment on the findings of the Mueller report, argues NYU law professor Burt Neuborne.
New data reveal that counties with a history of voter discrimination have continued purging people from the rolls at elevated rates.