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Which Cities Are Sued the Most for Police Brutality?

Among a small survey of American cities, it's the communities with the most black residents.

Outlook: Union Rules, Budget Endgame, and the Slow March to Fast-Track

While the House enjoys recess, the Senate will focus on Iran and a few other items.

Caught Between Pledge and Poison Pills, McConnell May End Iran Debate

The majority leader could imperil the Iran bill if he gives Tom Cotton and Marco Rubio the votes they seek.

Democrats Draw the Line on Defense Spending

In both chambers, the minority wants to stop the majority from passing bills that skirt or bust funding caps.

Ben Carson Is Running for President

Carson said Sunday that he is running for president, telling CBS that he will formally unveil his candidacy at an event Monday in his hometown of Detroit.

Big Pharma Wants Congress to Vanquish Its Own Personal Patent Troll

The drug industry has been plagued by a hedge-fund manager with a vendetta.

Is This Senate Candidate Really Willing to Swear Off Super PAC Cash?

He was a campaign-finance crusader who once refused outside money help, but is he willing to deny outside aid on principle?

How Super PACs Will Strengthen Democracy in 2016

Good-government reformers hate the influx of money into the presidential campaign, but It's actually making it easier for more candidates to compete.

Republicans Still Working on Reconciling Obamacare Fixes With Reconciliation

There are several proposals floating around, but it's all dependent on what the Supreme Court decides in June.

Bernie Sanders Is Running to Be President of the United States of Scandinavia

The self-described democratic-socialist has no problem being the underdog in the Democratic primary.

Martin O’Malley Won’t Stop Campaigning on His Baltimore Record

The former mayor of Baltimore argues it wasn't his policing strategies that hurt the city.  

Why Marilyn Mosby's Comments on Freddie Gray Matter

The Baltimore state's attorney gave a much more forceful case for justice than her counterparts in Ferguson, Cleveland, and New York City.

Why Cell Phone and Body Cameras Aren't Enough for the Anti-Police Brutality Movement

Cell phone video helped bring charges against Baltimore police officers. But it may be better to think of video not as the cure for criminal justice ills, but rather, the means...

The Odds Are Against Baltimore’s Marilyn Mosby As She Seeks Convictions

Charges in Baltimore are one thing, but in police brutality cases, a conviction is a long ways away.    

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