The Arpaio Decision: When the World Is Extraordinary But the Law is Ordinary

Joshua Geltzer wrote for Just Security on the federal judge in Joe Arpaio's case deciding to keep his guilty conviction on the books.

New Suit Filed in Virginia to Prevent Another “Charlottesville” Paramilitary Rally

Joshua Geltzer wrote for Just Security on the lawsuit he filed to prevent the kind of violence that occurred in Charlottesville in August.

Russian operatives send Idaho town into a fake news tailspin

Katie Engelhart produced and reported a short documentary for NBC Left Field on the impact of a fake anti-immigration Facebook campaign.

America, the Lethal

Peter Bergen wrote for CNN about gun violence in the United States.

What Does the New Travel Ban Say About Trump’s Relationship to Judges? Stay Tuned…

Joshua Geltzer wrote for Just Security on what the new travel ban says about President Trump's relationship to judges and the courts.

How American Racism Aids our Adversaries

Theodore Johnson writes for the Washington Post about how American racism aids our adversaries.

Keeping Guantánamo Bay open damages our national security

Joshua Geltzer writes for The Hill regarding the Guantanamo Bay and national security

Florida, a Fragile Kind of Paradise

Jeff Goodell wrote for CNN about why South Florida is particularly susceptible and vulnerable to natural disasters.

‘The Way to Survive It Was to Make A’s’

Mosi Secret wrote for the New York Times Magazine's education issue about an effort to integrate the South's elite prep schools.

The Resegregation of Jefferson County

Nikole Hannah-Jones wrote for the New York Times Magazine about one Alabama town's attempt to secede from its school district.

The Gentleness of John Ashbery

Larissa MacFarquhar wrote an article for the New Yorker reflecting on the recently deceased American poet, John Ashbery

Houston: A Global Warning

Jeff Goodell wrote for the Rolling Stone about the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.