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The Justices hear two major cases on prosecutorial overreach.
She knocked Republicans off committees. Now comes GOP payback.
China and Russia are enabling Kim Jong Un’s nuclear provocations.
No food trucks, happy hours or huge TVs? See you in court.
Justice Department rules are clear: Special counsel Jack Smith answers to the attorney general.
A massive web of agencies work to stamp out the smallest inklings of political discontent.
Lawmakers in Albany got too greedy in redistricting, prompting an intervention by the state’s high court.
The U.N. proves Donald Trump right about the climate lobby: It’s all about the money.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries can usher in a less polarized politics.
Today it’s more often the result of skills gaps than discrimination. That’s something every black student needs to know.
The narrative of ‘progress’ is far more attractive than the prospect of standing athwart and ‘yelling Stop.’
The American Bar Association’s move to discard objective tests won’t enhance diversity.
Record infections and new lockdowns lead to rising public frustration and slower economic growth.
The former Pakistani prime minister has a serious case of India envy.
As American businesses gasp for employees, migrants awaiting hearings can’t get work permits.
The inflation fight isn’t over, but there’s evidence that the central bank is making progress.
Countries should lose sovereign immunity if they fund suits here.
My great-aunt Jane Jane was passionate about history, politics, and her newly adopted country.
A 51st Democratic Senate seat would make the party a lot more powerful than an evenly split chamber.
A new rule offers legal protection for progressive investments.