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Trump’s attack on a Muslim congresswoman, and his border follies, beg difficult questions about American notions of patriotism.
A 1920s scandal led to a Supreme Court ruling that still applies today.
A new Brennan Center study shows that AVR increased registration rates in every state where the policy has gone into effect.
Judges and jailers are deploying mercilessness as policy and practice.
Albany's top three leaders must now appoint the commission responsible for establishing the system.
Brennan Center Fellow Eric Ruben breaks down the significance of a challenge to New York City’s strict gun permitting process.
Congress has the authority to obtain the president's tax returns — whether or not he chooses to make them public, argues Brennan Center’s Rudy Mehrbani.
The race highlighted the need for modernized judicial recusal rules — and possibly even larger changes to how states select judges.
Bill introduced Tuesday would reaffirm voting rights for people with criminal convictions nationwide
Trump’s team may have violated some of the few campaign finance regulations that still apply to inaugural committees.