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On Monday, President Obama signed an executive order prohibiting the discrimination of gay/bi/lesbian and, significantly, transgendered people in the federal workplace.
A surprising detail was revealed when the Delaware Valley School Board recently made a minor language revision to its controversial drug testing policy.
"On Tuesday, the ACLU of Southern California informed the defense team that this is the first successful defense in a gang injunction case - not only in California, but anywhere in the country."
The wailing and gnashing of teeth in some quarters over the modest Hobby Lobby decision has me worried.
It's "Angle of Repose Friday" on The After Show. You know, the angle in which a granular substance stays in place on a slope.
As the struggle to find a solution to the nation's border crisis continues, Tampa Bay activists gathered in Clearwater Friday evening to show their support for the migrant children.
Critics raise privacy concerns over your personal information and toll cameras that track where you go and when.
Attorney General Eric Holder said the Justice Department is reevaluating its clemency recommendation process.
Previous estimates said the SSA would save taxpayers $3 billion over 10 years but the new memo more than doubles that at $7.4 billion The Department of Justice has responded to a Freedom of Information Act request from FDL News for documents estimating the costs that the federal government will not have to incur if the Smarter Sentencing Act of ... (more)
The American Civil Liberties Union may sue Escondido, California after its planning commission rejected a proposal for a 96-bed shelter for illegal alien children.
Mo Asumang, a biracial woman whose father is Ghanaian and mother German, made a documentary exploring racism within members of the KKK in the U.S. and neo-Nazis in Germany.
All aboard the Hiawatha. That's the Amtrak line that can swiftly get marriage equality advocates from Milwaukee to Chicago on Aug. 13 for the oral arguments in Wisconsin's marriage equality case.
The ACLU claims that the The Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act of 2011 "relies on harmful racial stereotypes to stigmatize, shame, and discriminate against Black women and Asian American and Pacific Islander women who seek abortions."
We know the combination was experimental. And now we know that instead of working, the drugs took Within a couple hours of Mr. Wood's death, the state of Arizona started damage control.
A 2011 memo from Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey hasn't stopped Philadelphia police officers from intimidating and arresting people who try to record them, the American Civil Liberties Union said.
An Idaho teen accused of brutally murdering his father and disabled younger brother has been held for more than 70 days in solitary confinement while he awaits trial.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 10:57 pm
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