Maryam Saleh is an editor and reporter based in Washington, D.C., whose work focuses on immigration and national security.
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Articles by Maryam Saleh on theintercept.com
President Donald Trump's pardon of the former sheriff did not "revise the historical facts" of his case, the U.S. district judge wrote.
“A case of first impression cannot die at the district court level; that’s what appellate courts are for," said Ian Bassin, executive director of Protect Democracy.
Regardless of what did or did not happen in the 2016 election, voter registration systems remain susceptible to hacking. That's what states should focus on.
A lawsuit accused the infamous Project Veritas of infiltrating a union and illegally gathering proprietary information.
Tens of thousands of Haitian immigrants might have to choose between returning to an unstable country or risking deportation.