Pretrial hearings continue in United States v. Al Nashiri .
The latest CIA torture suit brought by former detainees presents an interesting variation on the typical post-9/11 state secrets cases: this time it is the defendants rather than the plaintiffs who seek to introduce information that the government alleges may harm national security.
U.S. Government Supports Lower Court Decision that Navy Members’ Fukushima Suit Can Proceed in United States
A brief filed by the U.S. government gives its support to a lower court decision in Cooper v. TEPCO, now in the 9th Circuit.
A summary of the Ninth Circuit decision upholding Judge Robart's TRO and maintaining the suspension of President Trump's immigration executive order.
An overview of the proceedings to date. Trial is slated for June.
Our new Brookings paper challenges the idea that privacy is an eroding value and tries to measure the extent to which this focus ignores the significant privacy benefits of the technologies that concern privacy advocates