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“Why Donald Trump's Tweet about National Debt Decrease In His First Month Is Highly Misleading”

February 25, 2017

Neil H. Buchanan is quoted in PolitiFact about President Trump’s tweet reporting that the National Debt went down in his first month.

“‘Defunding’ Planned Parenthood Would Really Screw Paul Ryan’s District”

February 24, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Huffington Post about the myth that community health centers can easily absorb Planned Parenthood’s patients.

Clone of “‘Defunding’ Planned Parenthood Would Really Screw Paul Ryan’s District”

February 24, 2017

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in The Huffington Post about the myth that community health centers can absorb Planned Parenthood’s patients.

“Uber Faces Accusations of Sexual Harassment (Audio)”

February 24, 2017

Michael Selmi speaks with June Grasso and Michael Best on "Bloomberg Law" about the latest developments in accusations at Uber.

“Mayor Names Peter Newsham as District’s Police Chief”

February 23, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Post about how Newsham’s promotion sends a chilling message for civil libertarians.

“Trump's Abuse of Judges Is Perfectly Presidential”

February 23, 2017

Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about President Trump and the criticism of U.S. courts by past presidents.

“Judge Rejects Warrant Provision Allowing Compelled Thumbprints to Unlock iPhones”

February 23, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about a provision in a search warrant that would authorize agents to compel people to unlock phones.

“Unilever Deal Is Dead, But Buffett's 'Big Game' Danger Lives On”

February 22, 2017

Lawrence A. Cunningham writes for CNBC about the meaning behind Warren Buffett's aborted bid for Unilever.

“Trump's Two-For-One Regulation Order Will Lead to Court Battles”

February 22, 2017

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. writes in The Hill about a regulatory agency that wants to comply with Trump’s executive order on reducing regulation.

“Week 5: Living Under An Authoritarian Regime”

February 22, 2017

Jeffrey Rosen speaks to WNYC-FM about the history of executive power in the United States.

“The Police Can’t Just Share the Contents of a Seized iPhone With Other Agencies, Court Rules”

February 21, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about how the Fourth Amendment comes into play when sharing a seized phone's data.

“Supreme Court Hears Border Shooting Case as Trump's Travel Ban Awaits”

February 21, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted by Fox News about the Hernandez v. Mesa, in which a Mexican teenager was shot by a U.S. Border Patrol agent.

“Supreme Court Hears Case of Mexican Teen Slain Across Border”

February 21, 2017

Orin S. Kerr is quoted in The Associated Press about global internet surveillance, particularly when foreigners are involved.

“Tech's Beloved H-1B Visa is Flawed. Here's Why”

February 21, 2017

Neil Ruiz is quoted by CNN about how to prioritize who should get the H-1B visa.

“What’s Missing in the Government’s Briefs in the Playpen Warrant Cases”

February 20, 2017

Orin S. Kerr writes in The Washington Post about how government use of malware to obtain a user’s IP address is not a 4th Amendment "search."

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