The fight over the asylum rights of families who had been separated by the Trump administration took what could be a critical turn late last night.
In June 2018, the Supreme Court decided in a groundbreaking ruling that law enforcement must obtain warrants before demanding cell phone companies hand over infor
Many students heading back to school are being greeted by more police and metal detectors, but few, if any, counselors — this is especially true for students of color.
A week before his confirmation hearing, the public record on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s possible involvement in some of the Bush administration’s most abusive policies and programs is woefully incomplete.
By Tammy L. Brown, Associate Professor of Black World Studies, History, and Global and Intercultural Studies, Miami University
A federal court will be scrutinizing one of the National Security Agency’s worst spying programs on Monday. The case has the potential to restore crucial privacy protections for the millions of Americans who use the internet to communicate with family, friends, and others overseas.
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