The evidence of paints an appalling picture of government-sanctioned racial targeting in one of the most diverse cities in the world, and the use of race as a proxy for criminal activity.
Two girls were kicked out of the King of Prussia Mall for wearing hats that said "F*ck Cancer." Do individuals reserve the right to remove people for inappropriate attire citing property rights?
Muslim women are allowed to don the niqab to court, if they can prove their religious beliefs.
As the Jodi Arias murder trial moves to its final stage of drama, the jury must decide if they recommend she get the death penalty. A case full of sex and violence may finally be closed.
The Supreme Court will soon hand down its decision in Fisher v. University of Texas, and affirmative action will be changed in the United States regardless of who wins.
If you review the law, it is quite possible that, while being morally outrageous, the subpoenas of the Associated Press' phone log records was entirely legal.
In a victory for free speech, a Texas judge ruled that cheerleaders who inscribed biblical verses on their banners at football games were acting within their constitutional rights.
A judge has refused to stay a decision on universal access to the emergency contraceptive, Plan B. He went as far to as so say that the whole situation was politically motivated.