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What Happened to Bill Barr? Jun. 03, 2019

Susan Estrich

I knew him back when we were both law clerks fresh out of school — he for one of the most cons... Read More

Mueller, the Silent Hero, Must Be Heard May. 08, 2019

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — "Rectitude" is not the word that comes to mind in these troubled times, as the ca... Read More

If Trump Weren't POTUS, He Would Be Indicted Apr. 18, 2019

Joe Conason

If Donald Trump were the president of any private or public entity — if he were the president ... Read More

The Imbalanced Scales of Justice Dec. 14, 2018

Adriana Cohen

The U.S. judicial system is disintegrating before our eyes. What used to be a world-renowned legal s... Read More

Think Crime Doesn't Pay? Probation-Monitoring Companies Beg to Differ. Nov. 29, 2018

Daily Editorials

They say that crime doesn't pay. But "they" weren't talking about the booming for-profit industry th... Read More

Whitaker's Allowed to Have an Opinion Nov. 09, 2018

Adriana Cohen

Now that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is out at the Department of Justice and President Donald Tru... Read More

How to Prevent Overdose Deaths -- and How Not To Sep. 02, 2018

Steve Chapman

In the next 24 hours, we can expect that some 200 Americans will die of drug overdoses. The relentle... Read More

Mr. President, Declassify Documents Relating to Russian Collusion Now Jul. 19, 2018

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

WASHINGTON — Now that FBI agent Peter Strzok has appeared before Congress and told us nothing ... Read More

Prosecutors and the Rule of Law May. 10, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Late last week, a federal judge in Alexandria, Virginia, questioned the authority of special counsel... Read More

Collusion, Anyone? Apr. 20, 2018

Michael Barone

As the likelihood that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia seems headed toward zero, the likelih... Read More

Even Baby Steps to Curb Sex Trafficking Are Valuable Apr. 14, 2018

Diane Dimond

WASHINGTON — "The Justice Department announces the seizure of Backpage.com, the Internet's lea... Read More

2017 Was Bad, but 2018 Could Be Much Worse Jan. 04, 2018

Steve Chapman

The best thing to be said for 2017 is that it didn't last forever. It's gone, carrying a host of mem... Read More

A Tale of DOJ Corruption Dec. 15, 2017

Adriana Cohen

Imagine living in a country where the federal government decides whether you're exonerated from crim... Read More

Forced Childbirth vs. Voluntary Abortion Oct. 26, 2017

Steve Chapman

In April, the Trump administration took a stand against the brutal methods used to enforce China's o... Read More

Congress Steps Up to Control Court-Ordered Guardianships Oct. 07, 2017

Diane Dimond

Finally, Washington is taking steps to protect older Americans who have fallen into an exploitation ... Read More

Is Administration Reneging on Trump's Religious Freedom Promise? Sep. 06, 2017

Terence Jeffrey

The political optics were some of President Trump's best — as he prepared on May 4 to sign an ... Read More

Racial Lies and Racism Aug. 30, 2017

Walter E. Williams

Earlier this month, The New York Times ran an article titled "U.S. Rights Unit Shifts to Study Antiw... Read More

Republicans Still Seeking Casino Cronyism Aug. 24, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

Congress has done little to demonstrate that it can solve the nation's most pressing problems. The h... Read More

Sanctuary Cities and the Rule of Law Aug. 10, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Earlier this week, the Trump Department of Justice told the mayor of Chicago that it would cease fun... Read More

President Trump and His Department of Justice: A Clash That Should Not Be Jul. 27, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

During the past two weeks, President Donald Trump has made no secret of his unhappiness at the manag... Read More