Former US national security contractor Edward Snowden hopes his leaks of classified documents will lead to greater transparency by governments, he said in rare comments published Wednesday. The fugitive Snowden, Time's runner-up behind the pope for ...
Visitors to Fresno State's First Amendment Celebration on Friday were treated to a nontraditional keynote address about the freedoms that are often taken for granted but need to be protected. Read comments
An advocacy group for lawyers is challenging how the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia admits out-of-state lawyers to the court's bar. The National Association for the Advancement of Multijurisdiction Practice, a public benefit ...
Former US national security contractor Edward Snowden hopes his leaks of classified documents will lead to greater transparency by governments.
Catholic bishops call 'baseless' ACLU lawsuit over abortion doctrine, woman's miscarriage at Muskegon hospital
The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops calls "misguided" and unfounded an ACLU-backed federal lawsuit stemming from a woman's alleged experience at Muskegon's Mercy General Health Partners before she miscarried in ...
Closed doors during important discussions make bad visuals in a free society.
Mandela declared that lack of food, jobs, water, shelter, education, health care and a healthy environment denies hundreds of millions of people the right to be human.
Yesterday proved a thoroughly lovely day--cold air but bright sunshine, got a lot of work done, went for a jog with the dog, had a good time talking with my kids when they got home from school--and then? I read the New York Times.
A recent federal appeals court decision upholding the expulsion of a student who allegedly made threatening online statements increases the possibility that the U.S.