Legal Affairs


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When it comes to LGBT workplace rights, the justices will rule on whether the landmark 1964 statute means what it says and says what it means. Read more

Law and Justice


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The story of Katharine Gun, a whistle-blower who exposed NSA spying in the lead-up to the Iraq War, gets the Hollywood treatment. Read more

America and the World


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By announcing it would not comply with a California law reclassifying its workers as employees, Uber is returning to the company’s time-honored tradition as a scofflaw. Read more

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Its plainly political investigation of auto companies that agreed to California’s emission standards is just that absurd. Read more

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Republican political strategist Ed Lopez discusses the federalist argument for the National Popular Vote. Read more

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Commissioner Rohit Chopra dissented from a fine against Google for violations of child privacy laws, but the FTC redacted his explanation of how the fine was smaller than the earnings from the violations. Read more

Books, Arts and Culture


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The co-founder of Demand Justice has called on the next Democratic president to reject corporate lawyers for judicial nominations. Read more

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A professor travels to Texas to talk to the men and women working at detention facilities. Read more

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A new poll shows fewer than a quarter of voters in any state favor the outright abortion bans some Republicans are now trying to enact. Read more

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The new “public charge” rule could affect more than 20 million immigrants. Read more

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Mueller's lackluster performance actually increased Democratic support for a full investigation of Trump. Read more

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The FTC admitted taking a higher settlement figure from Facebook in exchange for declining to depose Mark Zuckerberg. Read more

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Impeachment may be politically risky—but still it's the right thing to do.  Read more

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Why has one telecom giant hooked up with its chief rival—and what does it portend for their more than 200 million subscribers? Read more

Law and Justice


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Contrary to the media narrative, Mueller's testimony may have moved the House closer to impeachment.  Read more

Law and Justice


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The Trump administration’s latest rule sought to bar virtually all asylum seekers from filing in the U.S.—and a federal judge in California just blocked it. Read more

Law and Justice


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In a 2015 deposition, the Labor Secretary nominee highlighted a victim’s sexual history and intimated that she schemed to win a payday. Read more

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The conditions at border detention facilities provide irrefutable evidence of the child maltreatment that President Trump commits in our names—and state officials need to take action to end the cruelty. Read more

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The platform monopolies face three hearings on Capitol Hill that could define future actions against them. Read more

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What it will take to hold President Trump accountable Read more

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