The Trump administration’s 2020 proposal is threatening to make its way back into federal policy. What is Schedule F, and how does it erode national security efforts?
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The Facebook Oversight Board should be mindful that Facebook is not a government—and that the platform’s decisions denying active accounts or taking down posts pose no threat of loss of liberty to any person.
The Biden administration’s initial invocations of the Defense Production Act are likely to be the first of many additional steps that the administration will take to address the evolving needs of the ongoing national health crisis.
The ban caused grievous harm to American Muslims and undermined the United States’s international reputation.
How the presidentially appointed CEO of the federal media agency hijacked his agency for the president’s political purposes.
Congress and ordinary citizens should take steps now to deter the Trump administration from destroying evidence of wrongdoing.
A more transactional policy has brought advantages, but will have limits in the longer term.
How the U.S. can push back on human rights abuses in the region.
A federal judge has barred the Trump administration, for the moment, from enforcing IEEPA sanctions against TikTok. Here’s why.