Despite President Trump’s Support for Legalized Theft, Congress Presses on With Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform
Members of Congress continue to advance civil asset forfeiture reform despite President Trump’s hostility toward reformers.
Despite strong Democratic opposition, Congress passed a resolution to undo online privacy rules issued by President Obama.
DeVos Is Giving Congress the Silent Treatment on Questions Regarding Nondiscrimination Protections for Transgender Students
The deadline was March 24. So, what’s the holdup, Secretary DeVos?
Three reasons why overturning broadband privacy rules is bad news for everyone online.
The Government Is 'Incidentally' Sucking Up Tens of Millions of Americans’ Communications a Year, and It’s a Privacy Nightmare
Here’s how the NSA and FBI surveil Americans.
Will Alex Acosta, Trump’s pick for labor secretary, protect the rights of the country’s most vulnerable workers?
Trump's revised Muslim ban would hurt the low-income Americans who voted for him in Appalachia and the Rust Belt.
The Affordable Care Act repeal bill cuts $880 billion from those most in need.