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The money from pro-charter donors raises questions about the surging candidate's recently-released education plan.
A union formed by students who also work on campus just voted to authorize a strike even as the feds threaten to gut labor protections.
This is the new normal.
A series of court battles over onerous reproductive rights restrictions in one conservative state could help right-wing activists challenge 'Roe v. Wade.'
Chicago has been getting slammed by the White House for its murder rate. Now the city is suing the feds for threatening funds over its status as a "sanctuary city."
Experts and activists say Mayor Rahm Emanuel is using Trump's pro-cop Justice Department to avoid real police reform.
The feds are known to arrest parents dropping their kids off and even kids en route to school. Here's how some cities are fighting back.
A consent decree with the feds still needs to be approved by a judge—and enforced by the Trump administration. Still, activists hope times are changing in Charm City.
A police force accused of racism, callousness toward victims of sexual assault, and more may be off the hook once Donald Trump is sitting in the Oval Office.
Privately funded planes recording city residents from the sky, systematic racism, failed trials for killer cops—can policing get any worse in Baltimore?
One of the cops who cuffed the 25-year-old in April 2015 is going toe-to-toe with a judge.
A viral video that surfaced last week of a cop attacking a black student was just the tip of the iceberg.