The election—a test of the Catholic Church’s grip on the country—will determine whether Irish women will continue to be shamed and coerced if they don’t want to carry their pregnancies to term.
Haley Videckis and Layana White sued Pepperdine University for anti-gay discrimination, and lost — but their fight to be heard is just beginning.
The "copyright enforcer" is a walking lawsuit factory. He's also the best hope for photographers to get paid.
The ACLU is protesting new surveillance systems being peddled by Amazon — but that's just the tip of the iceberg.
This morning, a New York state district court judged ruled in favor of the plaintiffs in a free speech case involving the Tweeter-in-chief.
And had hundreds more wrongly arrested.
A 30-year-old man didn't get the message that it was time to move out of his parents' home, even after they left him five notices and an offer of cash to help find new digs.
One Milwaukee cyclist got a little impatient for a police bomb squad to conduct a thorough investigation of a suspicious looking backpack. So he jumped the line, opened the backpack, proved it was not a threat, and promptly got tackled by authorities.
David Goodall’s physician-assisted suicide raises wider questions.
America's laws again lingering have roots in Medieval and Elizabethan England. Since 1342, the goal has always been to keep anyone "out of place" away.
A Florida high school senior is spearheading protests planned for Washington, Orlando and beyond on the second anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting.
It just got a lot harder to sue your employer for stiffing you, among other things.
Everyone now understands that internet access is indispensable infrastructure for the 21st century economy.
The idea: make it so every phone has a certificate of authenticity attached to it — a kind of digital signature — that allows you to once again trust your caller ID.
Two years after her daughter's suicide, a mother is still fighting to limit how far a meme can go.
LGBTQ rights and freedom of religious expression are all on the table.
Rakem Balogun spoke out against police brutality. Now he is believed to be the first prosecuted under a secretive US effort to track so-called "black identity extremists."
Two difficult populations corralled, captured and kept, but one may aid in the redemption of the other.
Jake Flores is a part-time stand-up comic, podcast host and self-described "pizza delivery guy" who, in a strange twist of fate, recently found himself debating immigration policy with four Homeland Security agents in his home.
Novartis would think twice before giving hundreds of thousands of dollars to Vladimir Putin's lawyer. But in Washington, the rules are different.
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