The Cost of the Immigration Detention Bed Quota
Scholar argues that bed quotas financially burden taxpayers and may violate the law.
How Should We Measure Terrorism Risk?
A recent PPR seminar discussed changes in how our government analyzes terrorism risks.
Executive Power After United States v. Texas
This closely watched case highlights larger lessons about the limits on executive power.
For Law Enforcement, Super Bowl Security Took Center Stage
Federal, state, and local agencies aimed to safeguard major sporting event in the wake of terrorist attacks.
Fifth Circuit Panel Blocks Immigration Program
Court holds that Obama Administration plan to allow up to 4 million illegal immigrants to work legally in U.S. violates administrative law.
How Philadelphia Ensured Public Safety During the Pope’s Visit
The Pope did not have to worry about his safety in the City of Brotherly Love last weekend.
Employers, Whistleblowers, and Polluters Before the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court’s 2014-15 regulatory decisions affected environmental law, employment discrimination, and public safety.
Regulatory Redo for Temporary Work Visas
Florida district court sends federal agencies back to the drawing board.
Audit Says FEMA Still Not Ready to Deliver Supplies During Emergencies
FEMA’s supply chain system might not aid disaster victims effectively, report says.