The Justice Department-Homeland Security report on foreign-born individuals and terrorism is deeply flawed—and it still doesn’t support the president’s statements about it.
Lisa Daniels is a graduate of Harvard Law School. Prior to law school, she was an investigative analyst at the Manhattan District Attorney's Office in the Major Economic Crimes Bureau. She graduated with a B.A. from the University of Virginia in 2011.
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A summary of the October 17, 2017 Maryland District Court preliminary injunction of Trump’s latest travel ban, Presidential Proclamation 9645.
What the Data Really Show About Terrorists Who 'Came Here,' Part III: What If You Included Domestic Terrorism Cases?
The Justice Department data about which President Trump appears to have been talking excludes domestic terrorism cases. The picture is very different if you don’t do that.
Which countries are, and which countries are not, exporting terrorists to the United States? And are those the same countries from which Trump’s executive order would ban entry?
President Trump declared to a joint session of Congress that Justice Department data show the “vast majority” of people convicted of terrorist crimes came from overseas. Here’s why that’s not true.
This Week at the Military Commissions, 3/6 Session: Discovery Woes, Unauthorized Browsing, and “Captain X”
After three months away, pretrial hearings in the USS Cole case are set to resume.
An overview of the Strengthening Oversight of National Security Act of 2017.