Georgia Judge Michael Malihi is set to rule on whether President Obama is eligible for the presidency according to the Constitution.
Even though the Court unanimously ruled that police violated the Constitution when they attached a GPS tracker to suspect Antoine Jones’ vehicle without a warrant, they left a lot of ambiguity.
Private prisons in the U.S. are charging inmates exorbitant prices for phone calls. This price gouging isolates prisoners and threatens to increase recidivism rates.
The Citizens United decision in 2010 has given us a more corrupt government, one influenced ever more by money.
The new legal definition of rape represents a changing attitude toward masculinity that will ultimately affect the way rape is both treated and committed.
62% favor the death penalty for people convicted of murder, while 31% are opposed. Do you support it or oppose it?
The Stop Online Piracy Act jeopardizes internet freedom and may infringe on certain rights.
This troubling statistic points to an increase in social rifts between minorities and whites, as well as the wealthy and poor.