Where Will Native Children Find Their Homes?
A Fifth Circuit ruling adopts a novel approach to a law that determines where Native children grow up.
Controversy in Cascadia
A rushed federal building sale could restrict access to critical regulatory documents in the U.S. Pacific Northwest.
Relieving the Grieving
President Trump should allow the federal government to help Americans facing the funeral costs of COVID-19 victims.
My Body, Whose Choice?
States should require doctors to seek informed consent before performing pelvic exams on anesthetized women.
What is Murphy’s Law?
A death penalty case could unsettle the borders of Native American reservations nationwide.
Procedure to Protect Philadelphia
More Philadelphia historic properties could be revitalized with reduced red tape.
Reforming Blood Donation in the Age of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic prompts reforms of blood donation standards for gay men.
GDPR and Artificial Intelligence
Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation could impact AI startups that depend heavily on data.
The Long Road to SNAP
U.S. food stamp programs grapple with a new wave of scrutiny.
Unemployment and COVID-19
As the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. economy, over ten million Americans filed for unemployment insurance.
A Power of Monumental Proportions
Presidents can create national monuments, but a debate rages over whether they can modify them.
Before the Bedside Manner
Health care licensing regulators grapple with innovation, safety, and expertise when credentialing providers.