The NSA Says It Is Ending One of Its Most Controversial Spying Practices, But It Could Be Resurrected if Congress Doesn’t Act Now
The agency claims it’s halting “about” surveillance, which should decrease the number of Americans unlawfully spied upon.
This decision confirms that cities can opt out of the federal deportation force.
The ACLU Is at the UN Tomorrow to Testify on the Horrific Human Rights Record of US Private Prison Companies
The ACLU is staunchly against prison privatization, and we’re taking our case to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.
Henrietta Lacks’ Story Is a Powerful Lesson That Patients Deserve Full Control of Their Genetic Data
Some testing labs are rebuffing patient attempts to get all their genetic data.
And if he takes their advice, we’ll see him in court.
Controversial, critical, confrontational, and challenging speech is an essential part of any successful college education.
The entire criminal justice system in Arkansas failed Ledell Lee, whose execution was part of the state's execution spree.
In Time for the Reform Debate, New Documents Shed Light on the Government’s Surveillance of Americans
Congress can rein in warrantless spying by enacting significant reforms to an important surveillance law.
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