Voting rights have hit several milestones since America’s founding days when it was limited to white male property owners.
“Candidate intimidation” is seldom discussed. This is a good time, as New Jersey’s party primary nomination deadline around the corner.
There are pending ballot access lawsuits in the U.S. District Courts in Illinois and Maine, as well as the Arkansas Court of Appeals.
Other purposes at work in the American justice system, especially an often-overlooked feature of jury trials, must not be overlooked.
Faith leaders in Georgia, Arizona, and Texas are urging civic and business leaders to oppose voting-rights laws imposing voting restrictions.
A national survey conducted on Thursday and Friday, 63 percent of adults favor term or age limits for Supreme Court justices.
Saudi Arabia has not, and will not, attempt to deliberately harm US shale oil producers, according to a Saudi lobbying group.
Westerners’ interpretations of events and Arabs’ perceptions of themselves are still muddled a decade after the Arab Spring.
In a growing number of African countries, there are attempts to perpetuate the power of long-dominant families.
The death of Sidiki Abbas of the 3R, one of the most violent warlords in the Central African Republic, was announced earlier this month.