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The Supreme Court could take several paths in its partisan gerrymandering opinions.
In 2018, crime rates in the 30 largest U.S. cities declined for the second straight year, reaching near-record lows.
Richard Matsch, who presided over the the Oklahoma City bombing trials, was an example of the best of the bench.
The justices refused to consider a challenge to a longstanding ban on corporate donations to political campaigns.
Congress must stand up to the president’s latest claim of emergency powers.
Through its vast and deeply flawed social media monitoring, the Department of Homeland Security jeopardizes the rights of travelers, immigrants, refugees, and many others.
The U.S. says Assange "is no journalist." Here's why that shouldn't matter.
With clear evidence that the Trump administration wants the question added purely for political advantage, it’s hard to imagine how the justices could allow it to remain.
The NYPD’s misuse of facial recognition shows the need for a law providing for more transparency and community control when it comes to surveillance technologies.
There's one election policy that would propel New York to the front of the pack: automatic voter registration, or AVR. This policy could transform voting in New York State, and we need to get it right.