Lisa Bloom: With all due respect, Mr. President, we need more than calm reflection and quiet conversation. We need outrage. We need change.
The Voting Rights Act was signed into law 49 years ago this week, striking down roadblocks to Americans’ right to vote.
What’s most repulsive is the implication that it’s an affront to the rich to walk beside a a neighbor who struggles to make ends meet.
Major implications for cultural groups as judge dismisses Insane Clown Posse lawsuit against FBI for classifying "Juggalos" as a gang.
Spite houses, many built in the 18th and 19th century, are often oddly shaped and built with the express purpose of annoying the neighbors.
The Supreme Court sides with lower court, holding that Google illegally wiretapped users' home networks and misused data.
The Supreme Court's decision is a radical departure from prior law and has monumental implications for over half of America's workforce.
Shoddy police work and mayoral pressure to “clean up” the city ended up adding more victims to the already unspeakable crime.
Amir, and tens of thousands of others on the no-fly list, will be watching to see that the government complies with this decision.