Sites that offer information on self-administering abortion pills have seen spikes in inquiries.
In the early '70s, far-left activists got the chance to govern Ann Arbor. The first thing they did was make weed essentially legal.
One of the worst landlords in New York City is a man named Ved Parkash, who owns buildings that house nearly 1,500 families in the Bronx.
Governments and space agencies seeking to protect the Earth by changing the courses of potentially hazardous asteroids might face major legal hurdles, experts say.
For an estimated 18 million Americans across the country, Prohibition never ended and they're still prohibited from buying a drink.
The artificial-intelligence system has transformed a corner of suburban Oregon into a testing ground for the future of criminal justice.
The "wolf pack" case inspired widespread anger and protests against sexual assault laws in Spain. But the anti-feminist backlash that followed has helped propel the far right to its biggest gains since Franco.
Today the Supreme Court will weigh whether asking respondents whether they are US citizens would undermine the census’s mandate to count every person.
To demonstrate how easy it is to track people without their knowledge, we collected public images of people who worked near Bryant Park and ran one day of footage through Amazon's commercial facial recognition service.
The question becomes more complicated when we start to consider what constitutes first amendment rights on the internet.
Just how much of the water in a Poland Spring bottle actually comes from a natural spring? According to a recent lawsuit against the company, "not one drop."
For 45 years, courtroom artist Marilyn Church has captured the legal drama of everyone from John Gotti to Martha Stewart — and even one Donald J. Trump.
In the US today, a man convicted of physically abusing his spouse, ex-spouse, live-in lover, or co-parent does not have the right to own a firearm. A man convicted of assaulting his casual dating partner — or stalking him or her, after they break up — however, can carry on owning as many AR-15s as his heart desires. (The same, of course, holds for abusers of all genders). Congressional Democrats want to change that. And not without reason.
The "progressive prosecutor" wanted to transform how California responded to students missing school. Parents like Cheree Peoples wound up paying the price.
A new law broadly criminalizing domestic terrorism would be a stretch politically.
Bryan MacCormack works with the Columbia County Sanctuary Project in New York, and as such, he's well-versed in the laws surrounding ICE's legal powers.
The "Jane Does" accuse the customer relations management giant of helping the notorious website Backpage build a sex trafficking brand and manage a database of pimps and johns.
From gambling in libraries to being sockless within 100 yards of the Queen, there a lot of downright stupid British laws. Oobah Butler, no stranger to weird stunts, is here to break 'em.
Sites including Reddit, Twitch, and PornHub are also encouraging users in the EU to contact local politicians.
All military-style semi-automatic weapons, assault rifles and high-capacity magazines will be banned in New Zealand following the mass shootings at two Christchurch mosques that killed 50 people.
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