Hundreds of protesters and several prominent politicians assembled Monday night near Manhattan's Lincoln Center to decry a Metropolitan Opera production as anti-Semitic.
In an unlikely alliance, a group of strip club owners are working with immigration authorities on suspected trafficked dancers. Yet critics say that victims are often mishandled by law enforcement.
Legislators in the UK are now rushing to write an amendment criminalizing nonconsensual pornography, but it has been difficult for American lawmakers to find a solution.
Conservative lawmakers across the US are enacting complex rules and regulations that make it nearly impossible to get an abortion, a tactic that now faces several legal challenges.
Some sex worker advocates are critical of courts designed to treat those facing prostitution-related charges as trafficking victims, while others think it’s a step forward.
The case of a black man killed by white officers while shopping for a toy pellet rifle has prompted debate about whether police training and protocols sufficiently address racial stereotypes and the use of deadly force.
People in Mississippi and New York are routinely stuck in jail without indictment or an attorney for weeks or even months on end, but lawsuits may force the states to change.
Missouri executed another man by lethal injection this week amid mounting criticism nationwide regarding secrecy around execution drugs.
White's family is dumbfounded by the notion that he shot himself in the front of his right chest while his hands were cuffed behind him.
An influx of wealthy "ganjapreneurs" is causing real estate prices to skyrocket in Denver, which is not good news for everyone.
The NYCLU and ACLU filed briefs backing the company's case against the Manhattan District Attorney's warrant for access to 381 accounts.
NYPD's "Broken Windows" philosophy has the same effect as stop-and-frisk policy — the disproportionate targeting of blacks and Latinos.
A man in South Carolina has been arrested after an alleged attempt to smuggle pot, cell phones, and tobacco into a prison using a drone.
After a controversial extradition, UK citizen Talha Ahsan spent eight years in US prisons for terrorism charges. He's about to be freed.
Felicia Allen filed a 2012 lawsuit alleging that the company discriminated against her by firing her when she applied for pregnancy leave.
Informed consent laws require doctors to give state-mandated information that can be inaccurate or misleading to women seeking abortions.
Industry representatives allege that Compton’s ordinance is unconstitutional because it bans fracking outside of the city limits.
A report released on Wednesday found that teen HGH use has more than doubled in the past two years, with most of it coming from China.
The US House voted to effectively bar the Treasury Department from penalizing banks working with state-legal marijuana businesses.
Hobby Lobby Goes to College: School Uses Religious Exemption to Discriminate Against Transgender Student
A transgender student at George Fox University says he can't get the dorm he wants as the college has an exemption to federal education law.