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Bills to make voting easier and combat the influence of special interests sailed through the legislature, and even more far-reaching reforms could be on the way.
If nothing else, he has exposed historic hypocrisy in Congress on immigration and foreign affairs.
A ruling in New York’s highest court will block those who plead guilty from asserting their innocence despite compelling evidence.
A Q&A with the Brennan Center's Liza Goitein, a leading expert on emergency powers.
A favorite talking point used by the president and his allies to downplay his potential campaign finance violations is bogus. Here’s why.
This resource will be useful to criminal justice reform efforts targeting the significant problems of fees and fines in our justice system.
While over-hyping terrorism committed by immigrants, DOJ is overlooking a bigger threat: terrorist violence from the far right.
Lawmakers should avoid grandstanding — and look beyond Russia.
Will the justices finally curb efforts to use control of redistricting to rig maps?