Dahlia Lithwick

Legal Affairs correspondent for Slate

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Dahlia Lithwick is a senior editor and legal correspondent for Slate, where she also contributes to the site's female-centric column the Double X Factor.

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After killings and other violence recorded on camera, Black Lives Matter supporters are demanding police reform.

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Did President Trump abuse his power? That’s now up to the Senate. But is that even a crime? Democrats and Republicans agree on the facts, but not on the Constitution.

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Did President Trump abuse his power? That’s now up to the Senate. But is that even a crime? Democrats and Republicans agree on the facts, but not on the Constitution.

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Republicans have secured their long-term goal: a right-wing majority on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Republicans have secured their long-term goal: a right-wing majority on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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