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The Senate Just Sold Out Your Privacy Online to Corporations Like Comcast

Three reasons why overturning broadband privacy rules is bad news for everyone online.

By Neema Singh Guliani, Nathaniel Turner
March 24, 2017

The Government Is 'Incidentally' Sucking up Tens of Millions of Americans’ Communications a Year, And It’s a Privacy Nightmare

Here’s how the NSA and FBI surveil Americans.

By Neema Singh Guliani
March 23, 2017

LGBT and Women Workers Deserve a Labor Secretary Who Is Committed to Their Well-Being

Will Alex Acosta, Trump’s pick for labor secretary, protect the rights of the country’s most vulnerable workers?

By Ian Thompson, Gillian Thomas
March 22, 2017

The Government Is Trying to Name and Shame Local and State Police Departments That Won’t Do Their Bidding

A new report released by ICE is trying to coerce police across the country into becoming immigration enforcement agents.

By Domenic Powell
March 21, 2017

In an Unprecedented No-Show, the U.S. Pulls Out of Planned Human Rights Hearing

The Trump’s administration decision to ghost the IACHR today demonstrates a shocking disrespect for human rights.

By Jamil Dakwar
March 21, 2017

Arkansas’s Reckless Plan to Execute 8 Men in 10 Days Could End in State-Sanctioned Torture Before Death

Rushing to execute eight prisoners before an execution drug expires is callous and cruel.

By Brian Stull
March 20, 2017

Secretary Price, Don’t Mess With People With Disabilities' Freedom

People with disabilities should have the freedom to make the basic choices that most Americans take for granted.

By Ari Ne'eman
March 17, 2017

Two Courts Find That, Yes, It Was a Muslim Ban All Along

Courts in Hawaii and Maryland ruled against the president’s executive order in another stinging rebuke of the president.

By Omar Jadwat
March 16, 2017

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