For millennials, a Clinton win offers appointments aligned with their values.
I set out with a simple idea when I began this project in August — to focus on domestic political disputes through the lens of nonpartisanship. “It is a rare day when both parties can initially come together in support of a policy, but it is an even rarer day when one party truly has […]
The Supreme Court has the double-edged task of preventing the tyranny of both the majority and the minority from infringing on the Constitutional principles enshrined in law for more than 200 years. When the Court places too much faith in either of these bodies, democracy runs afoul of its true purpose at best and has […]
According to every Republican, as well as seven politically weak Democrats in the Senate, defending an African American man from the death penalty is enough to disqualify someone from leading the civil rights division of the United States Justice Department. Yesterday, the Senate voted 52 to 47 to prevent moving to a final vote on […]
California Supreme Court’s decisions have caused concern among USC students.
Government officials should never be excused from acts such as money laundering and fraud.
The panel featured Gergory Galle, the 44th Solicitor General of the United States.
When political parties fight over presidential appointments, the divided nature of the United States is evidently showcased.
A recent poll found that more than 81 percent of millenials support same-sex marriage.
Under-reported problems, such as homelessness and sexual abuse, loom large for LGBTQ people.