Ryan Goodman

New York University / Just Security

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Ryan Goodman is a professor of law at New York University and a founding co-editor-in-chief of Just Security, a civil liberties and national security blog.

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Before he was fired FBI Director James Comey told President Trump three times he was not under investigation. That was then; this is now.

Trump now a target in obstruction probe

Before he was fired FBI Director James Comey told President Trump three times he was not under investigation. That was then; this is now.

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The Constitution gives Congress the power to declare war, and President Obama has formally asked it to  authorize limited warfare against ISIL , the so-called Islamic State.

The Political Battle over Going to War

The Constitution gives Congress the power to declare war, and President Obama has formally asked it to authorize limited warfare against ISIL , the so-called Islamic State.

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