Here’s what we have in store:
- That's Debatable: Should the Senate Fill the Vacant Supreme Court Seat?
- Intelligraphic: Sizing Up the Bench
- Double Digits: 2%
- Points of View: Insights and analysis from past debaters
Two perspectives on one of the nation's biggest debates this week.
Should the Senate Fill the Supreme Court Vacancy?
Against: Confirm Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee—Don’t Give In to Threats, Senators
When one number tells two stories.
The percent of federal criminal defendants who go to trial.
POINTS OF VIEW
Top insights and news from the intellectual leaders
who have battled it out on the Intelligence Squared stage.
- Paul Butler argues that the FOP, the nation’s largest police organization, should be relegated to the dustbin of history. [Read more via the Nation]
- Jason Johnson says that police critics and supporters can find common ground on at least one thing: the police have too many duties. [Read more via USA Today]
- Rafael Mangual writes that reducing the police presence in New York City is making citizens less safe.[Read more via NY Post]
- Sherrif Sue Rahr seeks to reimagine the way police do their jobs. [Read more via Time]
- Vikrant Reddy weighs in on America's shifting attitudes toward zero-tolerance policing. [Read more via NPR]