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As researchers embark on an effort to connect millions of patient records, questions about privacy arise.
Jenny McCarthy on vaccinations now vs. Jenny McCarthy on vaccinations then.
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Claims about American guns smuggled into Mexico are greatly exaggerated.
Talk of Jeff Immelt’s tenure at GE prompts the question.
One of these things is not like the other.
The ban circumvents an effort to boost Oklahoma City’s lowest wage.
The former White House press secretary has taken a top job with Warner Bros.
Opinion data show that perceptions of police fairness strongly influence the willingness of Muslims to assist the police in investigations of Muslim suspects.
A look at where Ending Spending Action Fund’s $1.35 million came from in the first quarter.
In Commissioner Wright’s (and others’) view, the FTC requires stronger evidence to believe in competitive efficiencies from mergers than to believe in anticompetitive harms. Is that right?
The court doesn’t reach the merits because the key arguments weren’t made at trial.
One gif explains why most Americans think the country is headed off in the wrong direction.
With increasing ethnic diversity, identity politics will cut both ways.
Hagan, Nunn and Grimes outraised their Republican competition in their Senate campaigns.
Just because something is new doesn’t mean it should be touted as an innovation.
The once-popular former governor might have been a viable candidate before Obamacare. But not now.
If Kathleen Sebelius runs for and wins a U.S. Senate seat, she’d join a long list of Cabinet secretaries turned senators.
He is “nanny government” to many of the people he is trying to reach.
Joan C. Williams
Why aren’t men also expected to take notes in meetings and join thankless committees?
The truth is that admissions offices don’t need the SAT, “old” or “new.“
Income inequality has worsened in the U.S., but raising tax rates isn’t likely to help, some economists say.
Correlation of word counts with political actions is not the same thing as personality being a driving force behind partisanship.
When they say, ‘Let’s give students a voice,’ they mean, ‘let’s give them a seat at school board meetings.’ Not good enough.
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A co-blogger has questioned Black’s greatness a couple of times, so I thought I’d offer a brief explanation.
Rep. Ra l M. Grijalva seeks an Interior Department investigation into the conservative group’s practices.
This is the hardest issue that the Supreme Court must decide in trying to determine how the Fourth Amendment applies to search of a cell phone incident to arrest. Let’s take a look at four focal points that might influence the decision.
The IRS chief signaled that the his agency plans to re-write draft regulations limiting the political activities of tax-exempt groups.
News flash -- replacing a pizza’s crust with breaded chicken breast is not an innovation.
The 2012 GOP presidential primary ended two years ago, but most of the failed candidates remain in the debt.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn has become the latest Republican woman to be mentioned as a presidential contender and the bench is deeper than you may think.
Sean Sullivan and Aaron Blake
Michelle Nunn had another big quarter. Know who didn’t? Tea party challengers.
A fraud-detection firm captured an audio recording of the scam that has cost unsuspecting taxpayers more than $1 million dollars.
Michigan residents recycle at a rate less than half the national average.
Five of the six founding partners of Alignment Government Strategies were at the powerhouse company.
The funds will be used to foster closer collaboration between academic institutions and businesses.
U.S. officials declined to discuss the origin of the weapons but did not dispute that the rebels have them.
Dreaded college admission test will debut in 2016 with less tricky vocabulary, focus on achievement.
So, we knew you were wondering. What are the definitions of those “SAT words”?
Charity execs fear new federal charitable giving rules could hurt, but welcome chance to discuss them.
Money would fund “active shooter” training for law enforcement officers in light of the recent incidents.
An NYU Law Review student note about Private Prisoner Rehabilitation tax credits, along similar lines to my Emory Law Journal article about Prison Accountability and Performance Measures.
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