Nan Hunter

Georgetown University Law Center

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Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law School, specializing in sexuality and gender law, and a distinguished scholar at the Williams Institute at UCLA; former blogger at Hunter of Justice

Nan Hunter on KCRW

The  New York Times  and even the  Times of London  have warned about over-interpreting America's off-year elections. Then they've gone right on to do it themselves.

Is GOP Victory in Governors' Races a Warning to Democrats?

The New York Times and even the Times of London have warned about over-interpreting America's off-year elections. Then they've gone right on to do it themselves.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Most voters in New Jersey and Virginia said Barack Obama's performance was not a factor when they elected Republicans over Democrats to run their states.

Local Elections and National Politics

Most voters in New Jersey and Virginia said Barack Obama's performance was not a factor when they elected Republicans over Democrats to run their states.

from To the Point

At a gay rights dinner on Saturday night, President Obama  repeated a promise  he made during last year's campaign, to revoke Bill Clinton's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.

'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Comes Out of the Closet

At a gay rights dinner on Saturday night, President Obama repeated a promise he made during last year's campaign, to revoke Bill Clinton's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Artificial intelligence can predict breast cancer years before it shows up on a mammogram, according to a new MIT study .

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States nationwide are seeing COVID-19 surges, and New York reported more than 60,000 new cases this past weekend, the most since the start of the pandemic.

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LA city officials are responding to a rise in violent crime, and news headlines are painting a dramatic picture.

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