Ruthelle Frank, ACLU Plaintiff, Friend, and Voting Rights Champion, Passes Away at 89. The Fight for Every American’s Vote to be Counted Continues.
Ruthelle voted in every election since 1948. When Wisconsin infringed upon her right to vote, she fought back.
Rather than expanding the drug war, the attorney general should examine local conditions that influence crime and violence.
U.S. officials interrogated people held at secret facilities where torture is reported.
The ‘Magna Carta’ of Cyberspace Turns 20: An Interview With the ACLU Lawyer Who Helped Save the Internet
Twenty years ago, the Supreme Court struck down a broad online censorship law that almost gave us a very different internet.
Agency testing new requirements that passengers remove books and other paper goods from their carry-on bags in security line.
Rep. Darrell Issa has stood idly by as the city of Vista attacks his constituents’ right to protest outside of his office.
Congress can take action now to prevent voter discrimination in the 2018 midterm elections.
In the Blink of an Eye, Police Officers Turned This Traffic Stop Into an Unnecessarily Violent Encounter
Disturbing police dash cam video from Minnesota shows an officer beating a motorist.