Sex Is India’s Last Colonial Burden
India’s Supreme Court is finally ditching antiquated laws on gay sex.
Macron’s Fake News Solution Is a Problem
A new French law aims to separate truth from fiction, but it will mostly just give the government more control over the media.
Who Can Challenge the No-Fly List?
A prominent Pakistani doctor suspects he is on the no-fly list. He’s demanding the right to find out why.
Only the Law Can Stop Duterte’s Murderous War on Drugs
Local lawyers are fighting to hold the Philippine government accountable. To win, they need international human rights groups to give them more help.
Is a Court Case in Texas the First Prosecution of a ‘Black Identity Extremist’?
The FBI is looking for terrorists. Civil rights advocates say it is targeting people engaged in free speech.
Corruption Is Mexico’s Original Sin
Personal enrichment has always been central to Mexico's political system — and only a revolution can change that.
America Is Nowhere Near a Constitutional Crisis
Even if Donald Trump fires Robert Mueller, the country's constitutional system still wouldn't be threatened.
Federal Court Vacancies Are a Crisis. Military Judges Are the Solution.
A modest proposal to solve a growing problem in America’s judicial system.
America Is Heading for an Unprecedented Constitutional Crisis
The Republican Party is ready to serve as an accomplice to obstruction of justice.
Flynn’s Lies Are Just the Latest in a Series
The former national security adviser's plea deal must be understood in the context of various deceits by the president and his associates.
Russian Billionaire Files Application Seeking Testimony of British Spy Behind Trump Dossier
Documents filed in a British court are the latest move in a complex international legal battle.
How Far Must Trump ‘Unravel’ Before the 25th Amendment Kicks In?
The constitutional amendment on presidential disabilities could pose a real threat to Trump. But that shouldn't give his opponents solace.
Searching the Communications of Americans Should Require a Warrant
Congress would be right to reform FISA.
A Turf War Is Tearing Apart the Intel Community’s Watchdog Office
Internal scuffling threatens to dismantle the Intelligence Community Inspector General.
Congress Is Dropping the Ball on Trump’s Obstruction of Justice
And six other things we’ve learned about the Senate’s Russia investigation.
Rights Advocates Brace for Anti-Terrorism Bill
Critics of Macron's anti-terrorism bill see it as a dangerous political gesture.
Scoops on Paul Manafort Raise New Questions About the Russia Investigation
People anticipating a swift end to this drama should temper their expectations.
What Will America Do With the U.S. Citizen It Is Holding as an Enemy Combatant?
The government has several options.
What a Just Immigration Policy Doesn’t Look Like
It’s not a system based on chance, it does not encourage our enemies, and it can’t be addressed in 140 characters.