The LAPD will no longer keep immigrants in jail awaiting review by the feds, but only because the LAPD wants to avoid litigation.
Lawyers for Guantanamo Bay detainees say that the Hobby Lobby decision gives their clients the right to pray communally during Ramadan.
Baby pictures and explicit webcam shots are among the
#NotAllJews: Troubling discourse emerges when all Jewish people are considered the targets of censuring Israel.
A researcher behind the
The activist leaves Rikers with horror stories from within. Her message illustrates how others are silenced.
A board directly appointed by President Obama finds "legality" and "value" in mass government surveillance. We should not be so appeased.
Yet another video has emerged showing evidence of police abuse — and once again, it's the victim who faces serious charges.
Data-driven technologies are shaping US police work and reinforcing, not ending, discriminatory practices.
The release of a DOJ memo explaining the rationale of targeting of a US citizen is post hoc justification, not justice.
Prolific FOIA requesters Jason Leopold and Ryan Shapiro sue the CIA for information over unconstitutional spying.
In recent years, more and more cells have been filled with poor individuals who are caught in a vile trap, unable to pay court fines.
The eccentric celebrity isn't a total idiot. But he is wrong that social change can be "effortless."
The five wrongly convicted men will reportedly settle with the city for $40 million. That's not insignificant, but it's mainly symbolic.
Lawyers for detainees at Guantanamo Bay have gained access to videos of Gitmo prisoners being force-fed. What they saw horrified them.
The court rules that testimony is protected from job retaliation — but retaliation from the state is as intimidating as ever.
The video shows a summary execution by a police officer — an incident that should not be treated as an anomaly.
The Supreme Court will review whether violent Facebook comments should be considered illegal.
The Starbucks program makes college courses more affordable for its workers, but it presents a troubling model for higher education.
A multi-million dollar DoD research project assumes civil breakdown and works to contain dissent. It's time to think outside the box.