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We are dimly aware that whether the "smart" phone is turned on, or off, every move we make is being tracked and stored.
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A U.S. Dept. of Justice survey was conducted in 2011-12 by RTI International of 92,449 inmates, including 1,738 interviews of juveniles ages 16 and 17 in jails and prisons and other detention facilities across the country.
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The new documentary 1971 , about the formerly anonymous FBI burglars who exposed the crimes of former FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, debuted to a rapt audience at the Tribecca film festival last night.
Lisa Ford Berry, founder of BRAVE Society, encourages parents to advocate for their children's civil rights via the ACLU if they are not getting support from the school.
That's exactly what Nicole Coon, a 25-year-old Virginia nursing student, experienced last November when she found a sexually explicit video of herself on the Internet.
Detroit horror rappers Joseph "Violent J" Bruce and Joey "Shaggy 2 Dope" Utsler who perform as Insane Clown Posse, aren't letting a fight with the FBI stop their music career.
The constitutionality of New Hampshire's education tax credit program is being considered this week by the state's supreme court.
Governor Jan Brewer has vetoed a bill that would have outlawed "aggressive solicitation," also known as panhandling.
An Iowa mother appointed as the guardian of her intellectually disabled son should not have arranged a vasectomy for him without prior court approval, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday.
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.
More often than not these days, the government gets criticized for intruding on individuals' privacy.
As the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin and a gay man, I spend a lot of time defending or promoting the civil liberties and rights of other people, regardless of their sexual orientation.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne and other organizations sued the federal government in January.
As Western Journalism reported yesterday, a series of photos from the scene of a federal government standoff in Clark County, Nev.
Thousands of immigrants seeking protection in the United States have spent months in detention waiting for the government to determine whether they may have legitimate cases, even though regulations say they should receive a determination within 10 days, according to a class action lawsuit filed Thursday by the ACLU and other groups.
Immigration advocates are filing suit against the federal government, saying immigration officials are violating their own rules by failing to provide a speedy hearing to some immigrants who face deportation.