In a strongly-worded dissent, Chief Justice John G. Roberts said that his colleagues’ ruling could compel federal courts to weigh in on petty issues.
One of the two plaintiffs says he laid down on the ground in surrender, but was mauled nonetheless.
Republican lawmakers claim that Democrats are effectively trying to “defund the police” by requiring that law enforcement make itself more transparent.
The semi-anonymous plaintiff says prison staff laughed when they heard the transgender woman’s newly-assigned cellmate threatening to harm her.
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David Pendery and his husband put up a gay pride flag outside their home and posted a photo of it on Facebook. Then, they received a letter from the local district’s management company telling them it had to be removed. The couple filed a lawsuit and a hearing in the matter has been set for
The U.S. Supreme Court has dealt a severe loss to James King, a Michigan man who was brutalized by Grand Rapids police officers who mistook him for a fugitive. The Detroit News reports that the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision was penned by Justice Clarence Thomas. In it, Thomas and his colleagues found that King’s claims
House Passes Legislation to Prohibit Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity
On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation that would extend existing civil rights protections to prohibit discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity. However, the passage of the bill—now known as The Equality Act—was anything but smooth sailing. The Equality Act, notes the New York Times, barely managed to pass the