Reading Time: 3 minutes Trump’s executive order directing states to exclude noncitizens from the census may effectively erase children under five whose parents are undocumented from the count.
Reading Time: 9 minutes For students of color, do officers in school do more harm than good?
Reading Time: 9 minutes The coronavirus puts a strain on an already fraying housing market. With no relief in sight, residents try to hang onto their homes. Can inclusionary zoning help?
Reading Time: 8 minutes The Hague Convention was created to protect children from abductions, but abusers can sometimes use it to regain custody of the children, and regain power over their victims.
Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s Trump’s vision — not that of the protesters — that threatens American democracy.
Reading Time: 11 minutes The Hall of Shame for attorneys general is getting a new member, who almost daily conquers new heights in the art of dissembling.
Reading Time: 5 minutes With only five months until the 2020 election, supporters of vote-by-mail want every voter to have the option of casting an absentee ballot.
Reading Time: 3 minutes To a nation in turmoil, ordinary citizens cry out: What can be done?
Reading Time: 7 minutes As US courts grow more politically conservative, they may be less likely to ensure that efforts to fight a pandemic don’t trample on civil rights.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Today Americans honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who gave so much for a country that gave him so little in return. Take a few minutes to find out more about the man who made the US a better place and paid for it with his life.