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Beyond legalizing same-sex marriage, Justice Kennedy’s opinion made profound arguments about liberty under the Constitution and advanced a novel jurisprudence of dignity.
Three things we need right now if the Affordable Care Act is going to create a functioning and equitable healthcare system.
And how our rush to lock up immigrants has overwhelmed the federal prison system.
When toddler killings outpace terror killings in the United States, the biggest problem is not jihad.
After a year of tragedies, framed by the deaths of Eric Garner and Kalief Browder, it’s time for our leaders to discard this racist and immoral idea.
Four soon-to-be-decided cases test the scope and application of the death penalty.
The campaign succeeded because it went after the people who truly had power over the workers’ livelihood—not the powerless subcontractors.
His claims have been vindicated by the courts, Congress, and the US public. It’s time to bring him home.
Poverty, the politics of impunity and the long history of US-funded oppression are creating a new wave of refugees.
Khairullozhori Matanov, a friend of the Boston bomber, is being sentenced under a law whose purview is growing disturbingly wide.