by Caroline Cox
Keith Alexander and Geoffrey Stone argue in The Christian Science Monitor that Congress needs to tackle surveillance reform in order to protect American privacy.
At The Washington Post, Sari Horwitz reports that the Justice Department has reached a settlement in its investigation into the conduct of Cleveland police officers.
Olga Khazan discusses at The Atlantic the increasing costs of abortion due to new state laws that require waiting periods before the procedure.
Lawrence Hurley writes at Reuters that the biggest victor in Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project, a case concerning the disparate impact standard of the Fair Housing Act, could be Wall Street.
At Jost on Justice, Kenneth Jost considers the national vote in Ireland to legalize same-sex marriage and how the U.S. Supreme Court will decide on the same issue.