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With early voting starting Monday, a range of efforts to restrict voting in the Peach State could cause big problems at the polls. We explain what’s going on.
What to do when obtaining a full and complete background investigation on nominees depends on a White House that believes it sits firmly atop the FBI
Tossing aside conservative notions of federalism, the attorney general wants to dynamite an agreement between the city and the state of Illinois to improve the Chicago police
It’s a rhetorical strategy that for centuries has been used to thwart popular democracy
Electronic pollbooks are an overlooked vulnerability in election systems. The way to recover from electronic pollbook malfunctions is to have paper backups ready.
The fight damaged constitutional democracy and brought lawmakers closer to intractable dysfunction
When he’s the fifth vote to strike down voting protections or allow more big money in politics, will Americans accept it?
The difference between two popular types of bills
Why they happen, and why they can be so hard to fix
To fight for fairer sentencing, we first need to understand how the system works