By Scott Keyes on April 22, 2014
Cornhusker State residents will now be allowed to register and vote on the same day during early voting.
By Nicole Flatow on April 22, 2014
Last year, as all eyes turned to the sudden emergence of state recreational marijuana laws, a quiet revolution happened in another area of marijuana policy.
By Ian Millhiser on April 22, 2014
The Republican Party wants you to know that, if you want to run for office some day, you better not believe that everyone is entitled to legal counsel before they are locked up for a crime that they may not have committed.
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By Nicole Flatow on April 21, 2014
The White House plans to revamp the process for clemency applications, potentially affecting hundreds of not thousands of inmates behind bars for nonviolent drug offenses.
By Ian Millhiser on April 21, 2014
More than one-quarter of African American middle school students in Seattle received short-term suspensions each year since 1996.
By Ian Millhiser on April 20, 2014
The Senate Democrats' decision to cut Supreme Court nominees out of the nuclear option could prove deadly for any Supreme Court nomination Obama sends to the Senate.
By Adam Peck on April 19, 2014
The remark was in response to a question about the constitutionality of a federal income tax.
By Aviva Shen on April 19, 2014
Baltimore will stop automatically cooperating with federal immigration authorities.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on April 18, 2014
One mother doesn't want her children to be killed in Mexico if she gets deported.
By Nicole Flatow on April 18, 2014
The move will roll back a Reconstruction-era policy that disenfranchises one in five African American adults in Virginia.