by Ian Millhiser Oct 16, 2015
At the very least, a federal court's opinion establishes, someone should remain confined forever because no one has bothered to look into whether their commitment can still be justified.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 15, 2015
After losing her son in 2012, this mother is fighting to change the gun laws Jeb Bush signed into law in Florida.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 13, 2015
Jeb Bush claims that "innovation" would help lower costs as he scraps protections for women and those with pre-existing conditions.
by Bryce Covert Oct 7, 2015
The lawsuit claims the homeless were arrested for sleeping outside even when there wasn't any shelter available.
by Carimah Townes Sep 28, 2015
The co-sponsor of the original "stand your ground" law is trying to make it even stronger.
by Alice Ollstein Sep 24, 2015
"Are there any reporters in here? Any reporters? OK. So, inside ball game."
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 18, 2015
"NBCC has been shilling for the interests of big oil and and maybe coal and utilities interests going back nearly 20 years."
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Aug 9, 2015
A woman told ESPN that Cook's assault resulted in a split in her bottom lip and a sore nose.
by Kira Lerner Aug 7, 2015
A last ditch effort to keep the districts that favor Republican candidates.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 31, 2015
Bush did not mention his record of ending affirmative action, expanding some mandatory minimum prison sentences, and signing the controversial Stand Your Ground gun law.