A new bill in California would give college athletes the right to their name, image, and likeness.
This ruling could make protest leaders liable for things they didn’t do
More complex cases mean a two-year backlog
“You Can't Give a Friend a Hug": the Alleged Prison-like Conditions at the Largest U.S. Migrant Children’s Shelter
Attorneys for the Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law filed a motion Friday that alleges “prison-like” conditions and questionable medical treatment at the facility.
This Texas school district is considering setting up its own police force. Over 200 others already have.
School-based police departments can give administrators more control over how officers are tasked and who they're accountable to.
“[Mueller] brought in expertise in the way these deals are arranged to look very innocuous,” says author David Montero
The iconic retailer is now bankrupt, but its catalog was a game-changer for black shoppers in the Jim Crow South
"The nights were the worst," Victoria said. "I prayed for morning to come, because what’s the point of being in bed and not sleeping?"
Since numbers are issued sequentially, advocates are using them to predict where kids are located.
Baltimore is allowing black families to take rental subsidies into mostly white neighborhoods.
Starting tomorrow, roughly 400 people will lose their protected status each day
After years of litigation, a federal judge ruled that Arizona Republican's law to ban Mexican-American studies was unconstitutional.