A federal judge said the Terrorist Screening Database is unconstitutional. But that doesn’t mean it’s dead.
The New York Post published a front page Thursday morning that used imagery from the 9/11 attacks to criticize Omar’s remarks.
In the wake of the New Zealand mosque massacre, some American Muslims believe they should arm themselves to better protect their communities.
They have cumulatively pledged to donate $110,000 to the ACLU and CAIR.
In retaliation to Donald Trump's refugee and immigration policy, both musicians encouraged their fans to donate to CAIR and ACLU.
"Evidence has revealed that this fire was set intentionally" Major David Thompson of the St Lucie Sheriff's Office told reporters.
"Through extra-judicial and secret means," the complaint alleges, "the federal government is ensnaring individuals into an invisible web of consequences that are imposed indefinitely and without recourse."
After a US Army veteran and reservist said he was Muslim, the lawsuit says that the shooting range's owners "armed themselves with handguns" and then asked whether he was there to commit a violence or murder them under "Sharia law."
An exclusive VICE News investigation has discovered an influential company owned by Thomson Reuters has put prominent politicians, academics and charities on a terrorism blacklist used by banks.