Suevon Lee was an intern at ProPublica. She has previously worked as a reporter for the Ocala Star-Banner, where she covered courts and legal issues. She earned a master of studies in law degree from Yale Law School in 2012 and master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 2006.
Courts have ruled a number of times on the controversial laws, often in support of them.
A roundup of accountability journalism on the local effects of rising temperatures around the country and the world.
A recent Senate report gave a poor grade to for-profit colleges and universities. We break down the numbers.
The Supreme Court has banned mandatory life without parole sentences for minors convicted of murder. But states are moving to keep many of them behind bars.
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Obama pledged more oversight of rendition and detention of terror suspects. We round up the best reporting on what's known about the programs.
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Last year, the Obama administration tried to make it easier for some illegal immigrants to stay in the country. Few were helped. Will it be any different this time?
From private prisons to immigration detention, we break down the numbers and companies in the industry.
Florida is trying to remove non-citizens from its voter rolls. Here is what’s happening—and why it’s so controversial.
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