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December 11, 2017

The National Newspaper Association Foundation wants you!

It is that charitable-giving time of year and the National Newspaper Association Foundation is asking members to please consider making a fully tax-deductible gift to the non-profit arm of the National Newspaper Association that does so much to help your business...

Independent courts could face threat from president

June 12, 2017

Assalamu Alaikum; peace be upon you. The phrase, a sacred mantra at the core of the Islamic faith, is exchanged daily between guests entering mosques for prayer. To Muhammad Akbar of Chicago’s Council on American Islamic Relations, its meaning carries new weight in the wake of President Donald Trump’s executive orders that target travelers from six Muslim-majority countries.


Partisan politics ‘seep’ into top court

June 12, 2017

The fight in the Senate and between the executive branch on justice nominations shines a light onto an increasingly divisive and partisan nomination process.


Reaction to court block of travel ban considered disrespectful

May 3, 2017

The moment it was signed, President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration received reactions spanning every point on the political spectrum.


Gorsuch’s path to Supreme Court highlights issue of independence in the judiciary

May 3, 2017

After a historic filibuster that pushed Senate republicans to utilize the “nuclear option,” Judge Neil Gorsuch passed his confirmation process and was sworn in as a U.S. Supreme Court justice, April 7, 2017.


US political divide a challenge for Supreme Court independence

May 3, 2017

The political divide that has overtaken the U.S. might now limit the independence of the U.S. Supreme Court.


Gorsuch nomination highlighted party politics

May 3, 2017

After the clash over the vacant Supreme Court seat turned nuclear, the nation witnessed Neil Gorsuch, the youngest serving justice to defend the Constitution, appointed to the high court.


WI case asks US Supreme Court to rule on gerrymandering

May 3, 2017

The U.S. Supreme Court will soon be faced with the decision to chart new ground on political gerrymandering or to leave it alone, as it has in the past.


Balance of power might be tipping toward the courts

May 3, 2017

It might seem as though the Supreme Court is a board of mighty beings that don’t really have an effect on us individually, but the decisions the court makes influence the whole country. The job of this group is to be the final check in the balance between the administration and Congress.


American-born Muslims face discrimination

May 9, 2016

Growing up in a Muslim community in Iowa, Talal Adam was not really exposed to Islamophobia when he was young. He said he first became aware of discrimination and he was a senior in high school when he noticed that his mother had stopped wearing her hijab. Adam had lived his whole life up to that point seeing his mother wear her hijab, so when she stopped, he was really confused. When he approached her, however, she seemed to evade the question.


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