Law Enforcement’s Use of Ancestry Websites Is a Huge Privacy Conundrum
El Salvador Court Clears Woman Serving 30 Years for Stillbirth as Teenager
A Trump-Appointed Prosecutor Is Trying to Kill D.C.’s Modest Criminal Justice Reform
The Narrative Thread Connecting Rats in Baltimore to America’s Founding
What Charges Would the Monterey Five From Big Little Lies Face? We Asked the Monterey County D.A.’s Office.
The 1967 Treaty That Says What Countries Can and Can’t Do in Space Is Woefully Outdated
The Census Case Shows Why We Need a Defender General
France Kicks Data Scientists Out of Its Courts
One Place Climate Scientists Are Beating Deniers? Courts.
A Media Rights Lawyer Watches His Own Newsy Tweet Go Viral
Pelosi Is Kidding Herself if She Thinks Congress Can Investigate Trump Without an Impeachment Inquiry
Trump’s Judge Whisperer Promised to Take Our Laws Back to the 1930s
Washington Post Discovers That Elizabeth Warren Was Paid a Reasonable Fee for Providing Legal Services to Unobjectionable Clients
Trump Is Considering Deputizing the Military as a Civilian Police Force. That Is Terrifying.
A Georgia State Senator Explains the New Law That Would Imprison Women Who Get Abortions
Trump Labor Officials Are Secretly Using Forced Arbitration to Get Corporations Off the Hook
The Fight for LGBTQ Protections Under the Civil Rights Act
The Supreme Court’s Anti-Worker Rulings Are So Routine Now That We Hardly Notice Them. Big Mistake.
Why Are Companies Buying Cyberinsurance That Doesn’t Cover Cyberattacks?