Donald C. Clarke is quoted in The Wall Street Journal about China’s decision to re-try a Canadian man on drug charges.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about how Trump is remaking the Democratic Party in his inverse image.
"School District Says It Was Only Dismissed from Lawsuit Involving Student Expelled for Refusing to Stand for Pledge"
Catherine J. Ross is quoted by Law & Crime about how the Texas lawsuit over a school principal expelling a student because she refused to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance rests on the landmark 1943 U.S. Supreme Court case West Virginia v. Barnette.
Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by The Washington Times about how expectations were too high for the outcome of the Jack Phillips court case.
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by Kaiser Health News about the standard for the role of Medicaid managed care in bridging health care and social services.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about what can go wrong during the holiday season.
Donald C. Clarke is quoted by The Toronto Star about how the detentions of Kovrig and Spavor are intended to apply political pressure toward Meng’s release from Canadian custody.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about how the Clinton campaign wanted political insurance during the 2016 election.
Daniel Justin Solove’s book Understanding Privacy is quoted in the Boston Globe about privacy concerns.
John F. Banzhaf III is quoted by The Chronicle of Higher Education about outsourcing sexual-assault investigations from colleges to "regional centers."
“Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein: Barr Memo Didn’t Influence Our Decision Making in the Robert Mueller Investigation”
Jonathan Turley speaks to Fox News about William Barr’s memo disagreeing with the Mueller probe.
"William Barr Should Be Confirmed As Attorney General – Nothing In His Mueller Memo Disqualifies Him’’
Jonathan Turley writes in Fox News about how Barr’s memo is not a disqualifying factor but rather why he should be confirmed.