Two politicians tried to use an obscure “obscenity” law to stop Barnes & Noble from selling the books to minors under threat of criminal punishment.
270 migrant children are still separated from their parents, a Department of Justice court filing says.
A Black employee is suing the oganization after he says he was demoted and put in a position that paid about half what he'd been making.
In Washington, D.C., alone, where weed is mostly legal, nearly 90 percent of the people arrested for cannabis-related crimes in 2020 were Black.
“As a parent, the one thing we cannot do, the one thing, is silence our child’s spirit,” Brandon Boulware told the Missouri state Legislature.
“It starts to look like the project is not about protecting women and girls in sport but rather stopping young people from being trans at all.”
People living in Guam, including members of the military, have had no legal way to obtain an abortion there since 2018.
The ACLU is suing to stop the program after an independent audit showed police made false statements about how mass-surveillance data was being used.
Lawyers say they haven't been able to find the parents of hundreds of kids taken from their parents under the "zero tolerance" family separation policy.
The American Civil Liberties Union is trying to get records to figure out what went wrong.
Steve Buscemi, Laura Linney, John Turturro, and more than two dozen others read from the late justice's spiciest opinions and dissents.