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Tried six times for murder, Curtis Flowers still is waiting for his first fair trial.
Restoring a less politicized judiciary will not be achieved by imitating the GOP’s thuggish tactics, writes Brennan Center Fellow Walter Shapiro.
Turns out it takes more than a prosecutor with an electoral mandate to fix a broken justice system.
A historic voting rights bill could make maps fairer and more representative.
The Supreme Court’s recent inaction dealt a blow to state laws claiming to supersede federal gun regulations.
A round up of where key redistricting cases across the country stand.
By saying publicly that he would accept information from foreign governments, Trump is openly inviting foreign governments to interfere with the 2020 election.
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.