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Those who fear that the good ideas Trump champions will be tainted by his unsavory character are not thinking politically. In response to: The Price of Trump: Year One Reflections on an Unconventional Presidency More Responses He’s Good and Bad on Foreign Affairs, Good and Bad on the...

The popularity of Raise-the-Age reforms, which have increased the age at which juvenile offenders can be tried in adult court, illustrates a long-overdue policy shift across the U.S. away from punishment and towards the rehabilitation of young offenders. Now, some states, like Connecticut, Illinois and Vermont,...

Yesterday the justices heard oral argument in two cases. The first was Encino Motorcars v. Navarro, which asks whether service advisors at car dealerships are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s overtime-pay requirements. Mark Walsh offers a first-hand account of the argument for this...

The petition of the day is: Maricopa County, Arizona v. Villa 17-862 Issue: Whether Title III of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, which states that “the principal prosecuting attorney” of a state or locality may apply for an order authorizing the interception of...

Following the Equifax data breach in 2017, there has been heightened awareness surrounding how credit reporting agencies handle consumers’ personal information. At the same time, recent high-profile attacks, such as the “WannaCry” ransomware attacks, have focused media and regulatory attention on vulnerabilities associated with unpatched...