The Attorney General's Latest Decision Could 'Hugely' Expand Immigrant Detention
Attorney General William Barr's decision will make thousands of asylum seekers ineligible for bond—which could significantly increase the number of people ICE tries to detain.
Trump Said He 'Didn't Need to' Declare a National Emergency Over the Wall. Will That Destroy His Case?
Challengers to Trump's national-emergency declaration can use his own words against him.
Was Apple's Failure to Promptly Alert Its Customers About the FaceTime Bug Illegal?
A law professor explains New York's probe into Apple's response to the bug and the difference between privacy and security issues under consumer-protection regulations.
Why Trump Chose a Political Ally as His Next Attorney General
Throughout American history, when presidents have appointed political cronies to be attorney general, they were looking for people only to help them pursue a policy agenda.
New York State Lawmakers Appoint First Woman to Serve as Attorney General
The New York state legislature voted nearly unanimously Tuesday to appoint Barbara Underwood to serve as the state's attorney general, making her the first woman to hold the position.
Tobacco Papers Expose Foul Scents Across Industries
The University of California–San Francisco's Legacy Tobacco Documents Library demonstrates how the tobacco industry pioneered modern techniques for manipulating politics, scientific research, and public opinion. It's a sort of Rosetta Stone for deciphering corporate propaganda.