Justices will return to, among other things, an issue that continues to roil national politics: voting rights.
By Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's advisory commission on election integrity has integrity questions of its own.
By Andrew Welsh-Huggins, Associated Press
Ohio's system for removing inactive voters from the rolls does not violate the National Voter Registration Act, the Justice Department said Monday.
Americans broadly believe their country’s political tone has become less civil since Donald Trump was elected president and that fundamental rights are weakening, according to a new PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll.
By Paul J. Weber, Associated Press
Federal judges found more problems in Texas' voting rights laws, ruling that Republicans racially gerrymandered some congressional districts to weaken the growing electoral power of minorities.
For Catherine Lhamon, it’s been an eventful introduction to her new role as chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
By Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
Lawmakers in at least 20 mostly Republican-led states are pushing to make it harder to register or to vote.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The Justice Department said Monday it will send more than 500 staffers to 28 states on Election Day to monitor the polls, a 35 percent reduction from the number four years ago.
By Patrick Whittle and David Sharp, Associated Press
The claims, threats and passions surrounding the presidential race have led communities around the U.S. to move polling places out of schools or cancel classes.
By Sam Hananel, Associated Press
A federal appeals court has blocked Kansas, Georgia and Alabama from requiring residents to prove they are U.S. citizens when registering to vote using a national form.
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