How well do single-seat districts lead to representation? (And of what?)
Judges are pressuring prosecutors to strike deals, most of which will be for misdemeanors.
The 6th Circuit is allowing a professor fired for misgendering a transwoman to sue his state university.
A shocking number of states no longer require them and the Leader of the Free World lacks the authority to change that.
Many states are moving to a first come, first served basis for COVID shots.
Quite a number of Democratic Congressmen are thinking about seeking a new job.
Apparently, all those states legislating on transgender kids playing sports are doing it for no reason.
The beloved author of children’s books had died days short of her 105th birthday.
The author of “Lonesome Dove,” “Terms of Endearment,” and so many more great novels is gone at 84.
A George Mason economist has an intriguing idea but maybe he has it backwards.
We tend to focus on the wrong qualities in our early assessments.
The downfall of Andrew Cuomo shines a light on toxic workplaces and governance styles.
Our current forms of collective action on guns have failed us.
While progressives in the party are often frustrated with the West Virginia Senator, he is demonstrating yet again that he’s no Republican.
Multiple indicators point to a decline in the representativeness of the American system.
Appoint more Asian American and Pacific Islanders. Or else!
What at first blush appears a case of hypocrisy and cancel culture is a violation of professional ethics.
The seemingly unremarkable event hadn’t happened in four decades.
Balancing practical considerations and religious observances.
The lack of common understandings and shared assumptions makes political conversations challenging.