If you have never seen this video, it is quite interesting.
Baby-food makers latch on to breastfeeding policy to sell formula.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce lately seems to have softened its longstanding opposition to the False Claims Act and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the federal government’s most powerful tools for deterring corporate corruption and protecting taxpayer money.
The Supreme Court’s Carpenter decision greatly expanded location privacy rights, but serious problems remain. Congress should act swiftly to enact a warrant requirement for real-time cellphone tracking and create “electronic exhaustion.”
ICE inspections of detention centers are ineffective and infrequent, and “certain deficiencies remain unaddressed for years.”
The Supreme Court's decision in Carpenter v. United States will create significant privacy protections, and lays the foundation for how the Fourth Amendment will function in the digital age. However, significant issues remain.
Splits get all the attention, but consensus is the rule, and that's how it should be.
As the government tries to undo the damage from its zero tolerance policy, parents in custody wait and wonder how to contact their kids.
Zero-tolerance prosecutions on the southwest border are undermining key constitutional protections.
New York State’s two-year investigation into Trump Foundation financial abuses was referred to IRS.
Elizabeth Warren and others spoke at a recent Coalition for Sensible Safeguards event on the Trump Administration’s deregulation policies and the impact they have on health and finances.
House Republicans and Democrats sent President Trump separate letters condemning recent executive orders that weaken civil service protection laws and put a bullseye on the backs of whistleblowers.
The plain fact is that OLC, responsive to its own institutional incentives, sometimes gets things wrong.
For too long, Congress has abdicated its constitutional duties to declare war.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reportedly threatened to ask the House of Representatives’ top lawyers to investigate the House Intelligence Committee. It’s a confusing idea. Here’s why.
A food safety regulation to prevent contamination of fresh fruits and vegetables still has not been implemented after seven years.
While it can be helpful to call attention to the exorbitant compensation federal contractors pay their executives, there are other problems in the contracting system that must be addressed.
Missouri is flouting the Supreme Court's ruling on jury decision-making in death penalty cases. But will the high court rein it in?
During an investigation into leaks from a Senate Intelligence Committee staffer, the Justice Department went after journalist Ali Watkins’ data—seizing years of records related to her email accounts and phone number, according to a letter Justice sent to Watkins.
Court documents shed light on the impact of separating children and parents at the border.
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) introduced legislation compelling patient advocacy groups to report funding they receive from pharmaceutical companies. This added transparency will give the public a new lens through which to view actions of these groups.