When President Biden delivers his State of the Union Address Tuesday, he will face off against a House of Representatives now ...
Ongoing redistricting fights mean voters in some states may encounter fairer or more gerrymandered maps in the next election.
While it echoed this country’s shameful history of lynching and other forms of racialized violence, it also serves as an ...
Ahead of the 13th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision last Saturday, Washington was rocked by two ...
Voyager Labs markets itself to law enforcement with claims that it can predict criminal behavior based on dubious algorithms.
That might sound impossible in today’s climate, but Congress has a rich vein of collaboration that it can mine: the committee ...
The problem is not that we protect too little; it’s that we classify too much. To better safeguard sensitive information, we ...
The debt ceiling is an artifact of pre–World War II fiscal policy. In the modern era, it makes no sense that Congress must separately authorize debt to cover spending it has already agreed upon. Once, ...
All this makes clear again that policing in the United States urgently needs change. American police get far less training than their counterparts in other countries. They are charged with ...
An ideological shift on the North Carolina Supreme Court could upend a landmark decision in a long-running battle for adequate public education spending under the state’s constitution.
A handful of megadonors dominated the fundraising for New York’s 2022 candidates for state offices. A new analysis of the 2022 election shows that the top 200 donors gave $16 million to candidates, ...