Whether you love the WikiLeaks founder or regard him as a threat to democracy, he is entitled to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
Voting and civil rights groups applaud the decision but say the episode demonstrates the need to restore Voting Rights Act protections tossed out by the Supreme Court in 2013.
A month plus after the reunification deadline, the Department of Justice has failed to meet its legal responsibilities.
The president continues to press his attorney general to investigate special counsel Robert Mueller and his team.
Jakiw Palij lived quietly in the country for years as a draftsman and retiree before he was discovered by investigators.
Their grievance focuses on a Philadelphia judge whose cases were removed from his court, apparently because department officials deemed him too slow to make decisions on deportation orders.
Her decision stops short of ordering the president to quit preventing critics from viewing his Twitter account, saying it is enough to point out that his practice is unconstitutional.
In a segment dedicated to analyzing flaws in the way immigrants' legal cases are tried, the "Last Week Tonight" host points out some pretty serious problems.
While a lawsuit proceeds, a judge orders the Trump administration not to deny reproductive choice to pregnant minors held in federal custody.
American political forces, not Kremlin masterminds, are responsible for the ongoing damage to our democracy.