by Alan Pyke Jan 27, 2016 Updated: Feb 2, 2016
The former CEO of the company that low-level Arizona drug convicts pay so they won't have to go to prison made millions from the operation.
by Alex Zielinski Dec 9, 2015
"It almost feels like the lawmakers wanted to make some kind of joke."
by Zack Ford Dec 2, 2015
One transgender teen's fight to use the same bathroom as other boys has invoked a response from several other states against his case.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 7, 2015
As Judge Jed Rakoff describes the history of this law in his opinion for the court, the law appears to have been enacted as an act of vengeance by the state's top education officials against students who once hurt their feelings.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 30, 2015
"They’re not looking for an intellectual conversation. They’re looking to stir up controversy and we’re not going to be a part of it," the president of the Islamic Community Center said.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 25, 2015
"I do not have the personal wealth or the wherewithal to keep up with the costly demands of paying for attorneys to defend me,” Sheriff Joe Arpaio said.
by Bryce Covert May 20, 2015
More than 1,600 families, including 2,700 children, will lose their benefits.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 8, 2015
Jose Patino, an undocumented immigrant, will now be able to pay $15,000 less starting in the fall.
by Casey Quinlan Apr 29, 2015
The name "Common Core" has become toxic, but will changing the name change opposition to it?
by Tara Culp-Ressler Apr 16, 2015
Arizona residents may be in an especially bad situation if the Supreme Court rules against the health law.