Trump’s corrupt conflicts of interest threaten America’s national security, economy, and democracy; citizens, Congress, and the courts have important tools to demand accountability and exercise oversight.
The courts are a critical independent check on this unpredictable and dangerous administration’s attack on the Muslim community.
President Trump’s Attacks on the Courts Show the Need for an Independent Supreme Court Nominee with Bipartisan Support
The president has repeatedly disrespected federal judges whose rulings he does not like.
With Jeff Sessions as attorney general, dangerous and outdated “law and order” policies would stymie criminal justice reform.
Judge Gorsuch argues that unelected judges should have more power to overturn regulations that protect the environment.
President Donald Trump has nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch to fill the currently vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. Here are five things you need to know about Judge Gorsuch.
President Trump has repeatedly said that his Supreme Court justice would vote to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Congress is not only trying to remove vital federal regulations that protect Americans and their interests from big businesses, but also block agencies from making new ones.
If international criminal justice is to remain a viable project during the Trump administration, it will need to adapt and evolve.
As states battle with municipalities over fracking regulations, oil and gas companies are spending big to elect the courts and legislatures that define the scope of local authority.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that municipalities cannot regulate fracking waste, but many of the justices who made this decision received large campaign contributions from fracking companies and fossil fuel interests.
Jeff Sessions has a long history of opposing civil rights and LGBT equality. As attorney general, he would have the power to roll them back.
Here are five things that Americans need to know about attorney general nominee Sen. Jeff Sessions.
This year’s judicial elections saw nearly $20 million in spending, and organizations funded by secret money played an important role.
Promoting equal, meaningful access to legal representation in the U.S. justice system is critical to ending poverty, combating discrimination, and creating opportunity.