Claimants challenge forfeitures in just 3 percent of cases, allowing the state to seize millions’ worth of people’s property in a rigged process.
The advertising industry shouts that real protections for American consumers will break the ad-supported internet. They won't.
Congress is trying to sneak an unconstitutional ban on political expression into the spending bill in order to avoid public scrutiny.
To prevent further stains on the medical profession, the names of those involved in torture and executions need to be made public.
Barr's record suggests he will continue the former attorney general’s worst policies while promoting a sweeping view of executive power.
The truth hurts, but it also helps.
The police department’s drone policy places no meaningful restrictions on the invasive technology’s use and threatens New Yorkers’ privacy.
State legislators are ignoring their voters’ wishes and engaging in new tactics to suppress the vote.