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Sen. Jason Rapert, author of the patently unconstitutional bill to ban most abortions in Arkansas at the 12th week of pregnancy, took heart yesterday at Judge Susan Webber Wright's indication that she was inclined to uphold the part of the law that requires women seeking an abortion in the 12th week of pregnancy or later to have an ultrasound and ... (more)
Earlier this week, Angelina Jolie wrote a heartfelt op-ed in The New York Times about her decision to undergo a preventive double mastectomy.
A US federal judge has refused to block Arizona 's Republican governor from denying driver's licenses to young immigrants granted temporary legal status by the federal government.
A federal judge on Friday ordered a preliminary injunction blocking an Arkansas law that would ban abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy, a court official told CNN on Friday.
May 17 - A federal district court today said that the state of Arizona has no rational basis under the law to deny drivers' licenses to young immigrants authorized to live and work in the United States under the federal government's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but it stopped short of granting a preliminary injunction against the ... (more)
May 17 - A federal judge today temporarily blocked an Arkansas law that would ban abortion care starting at 12 weeks of pregnancy from taking effect.
The ACLU sent a letter to SRHS Principal Ann Menna expressing serious concerns about the suspension of 31 students for the making of a music video in which students dance suggestively on school property.
I got a letter the other day from Joe Arpaio - Sheriff Joe Arpaio, that is, the sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz., scourge of undocumented immigrants and of anyone who might look like one.
Sharon Penner, who has been feeding schoolchildren for 43 years, decided new federal school nutrition mandates were a sign from above to retire.
An amendment tacked on to a higher education bill was criticized by progressive and gay rights groups Thursday as opening a path for college student groups to discriminate.
Members of a House Judiciary subcommittee will convene Friday morning to examine the privacy implications of introducing aerial drones into domestic airspace.
The exterior of the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington, Friday, March 22, 2013.
A cottage industry is growing up around virtual padlocks that consumers can place on cloud services so that the vendors themselves can't get to the information -- even if the government requests access.
Back then, government overreach was distinctly uncouth. "If the events of September 11, 2001, have proven anything," comedian Jon Stewart lamented, "it's that the terrorists can attack us, but they can't take away what makes us American - our freedom, our liberty, our civil rights." He paused: "Only Attorney General John Ashcroft can do that." ... (more)
Florida will start this long, hot summer with a bang. The state has announced that in the coming months it intends to strap three separate men down, open their veins, paralyze them, and force deadly chemicals into their hearts until they die.
This year marks the 20th year of Idaho's Sex Offender Registry, so KTVB looked at what's changed in those two decades and whether the registry is serving its intended purpose 'to protect communities'. Since its creation and adoption in 1993, the registry has become more controversial, mostly for two reasons: The high level of public access to the ... (more)