Arkansas State University’s policy requiring preapproval from the school for protest anywhere on campus violates the First Amendment.
Before Congress votes to reauthorize key spying laws, it must demand answers.
The state’s new law on wearable police cameras strikes the right balance between transparency and privacy.
The Supreme Court Is Considering Whether the Government Can Dodge the First Amendment by Outsourcing Its Power
A case about a video banned from public access cable TV could have important implications for our constitutional rights.
I had hoped that my son would wait until after high school to come out as transgender. But I realized I'd prefer a thriving son over a dead daughter.
Sheriff Terry Johnson is known for racial profiling. He just secured $2.8 million in taxpayer funding to do ICE’s bidding.
What Congress must do to ensure that border technology doesn’t trample on the rights of border communities.
A recent study from the Center for WorkLife Law reveals the heavy toll of breastfeeding discrimination and the pressing need for more protections.