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By Haider Rizvi NEW YORK: Though pleased with the US President Barrak Obama's decision to put restraints on the use of drones in Pakistan and other countries, international rights advocacy groups are calling for the White House to take further actions to protect civilian lives.
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This May 1, 2013 file photo shows Nathan Dunlap, 38, with attorney Madeline Cohen, as he appears at a hearing at Arapahoe County Court in Centennial, Colo.
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The concept of justice was tossed around like a Frisbee during this past session of the Florida Legislature.
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The Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital will maintain its federal funding despite not meeting some of the government's requirements.
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The Diamondhead Property Owner's Association said Friday it will allow political signs in yards there, and also allow candidates to go door-to-door soliciting votes while a lawsuit over the POA's prohibitions on those activities is ongoing.
Since the FBI was founded over 100 years ago in 1908, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has always used the highest forms of technology to track down prospective criminals.
A federal judge ruled Friday that the office of America's self-proclaimed toughest sheriff systematically singled out Latinos in its trademark immigration patrols, marking the first finding by a court that the agency racially profiles people.
U.S. District Judge G. Murray Snow just handed the ACLU, Latinos and everyone who has strived for justice in Maricopa County a reason to celebrate over the long holiday weekend and beyond by ruling against Sheriff Joie Arpaio in the big Melendres v. Arpaio racial profiling lawsuit.
Atheists, gays and the American Civil Liberties Union are celebrating an unexpected victory in Arizona thanks to Tea Party stalwart Jan Brewer.
Obama said he would ask Congress to review his proposal for future drone strikes to be subject to court review.
As Ed Krayewski noted yesterday , not everybody was impressed by President Obama's national security speech , in which he vowed to make himself be extra specially careful when raining death from the sky on suspected terrorists , including American citizens, with drones.
Obama will discuss US foreign policy on Thursday, but critics of targeted killing, the 'war on terror' mindset, and other issues do not yet see the contours of significant enough change.
The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina has some questions about the data collected from the 600 surveillance cameras, and other public safety technology in the Charlotte area.
Kaitlyn Hunt's mother, Kelley Hunt-Smith, tells WJNO that her daughter wants to become a pediatric nurse, and if she was to accept the plea deal offered up by prosecutors, Kaitlyn could kiss that dream goodbye.
Earlier this week, in a case brought by the ACLU, the ACLU of Arizona, and the Center for Reproductive Rights, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit struck down an extreme Arizona law that bans abortion care starting at 20 weeks.
A proposal to include creationism and other controversial topics in Springboro schools curriculum will be discussed at a school board meeting this evening.
May 23 - Attorney General Eric Holder sent a letter to Congress confirming that the government has killed four Americans since 2010 in strikes overseas, and claiming that the government's actions were justified.