A new case applies the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act, even though Mickey Mouse may not like it
Does separating boys and girls in the classroom help learning or reinforce dangerous stereotypes?
If you think privacy is a moot point when using Twitter, you’d be very wrong.
Chief Justice Roberts gave fellow conservatives an under-the-radar victory by scaling back the scope of the commerce clause
The decision on the Affordable Care Act reaffirms our faith that the Supreme Court is not just a political machine
Two American inmates have been held in solitary for more than forty years, but a movement is growing to ban this controversial practice
Marking bullets with tiny codes could fight crime, but there’s a battle raging over using such technology
The former presidential candidate was proved to be a heartless husband and a terrible boss but not a criminal
The crime-fighting agency seeks new powers to “listen in” on the Internet and social media
The most powerful weapon against police misconduct — taping cops with cell-phone cameras — is getting support from the courts
Salacious details aside, the prosecution may not have proved its case
Or is refusing to hire people based on off-duty behavior akin to lifestyle discrimination?
Antievolution legislature is gaining steam now that Tennessee’s new “monkey bill” has taken effect