by Ian Millhiser May 20, 2016
A federal judge with a history of anti-immigrant sentiment ordered the federal government to turn over the names, addresses and “all available contact information” of over 100,000 immigrants.
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 15, 2016
"It’s becoming routine for the U.S. government to issue orders that require email providers to keep these types of legal demands secret."
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 2, 2016
Apple is covering its bases. The tech company filed a notice of objections late Tuesday hours after asking for a legislative fix during a congressional hearing.
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 25, 2016
Apple contends that creating the digital workaround would put an "unprecedented burden" on the company and violates the First Amendment and Fifth Amendment.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 1, 2015
Three senators have expressed concern over a recent settlement with a for-profit college accused of illegal recruiting practices.
by Sam P.K. Collins Sep 8, 2015
"A lack of competition in health insurer markets is not in the best interests of patients or physicians,"
by Aviva Shen Jul 7, 2015
Obama is preparing to shorten unfair sentences for some drug offenders in the next few weeks. Here are 4 people who have waited long enough.
by Carimah Townes Jun 30, 2015
The third of 4 Ferguson reports claims police were at fault last August.
by Carimah Townes & Judd Legum Mar 4, 2015
The feds found systemic racism throughout the Ferguson police department.
by Travis Waldron Jan 9, 2015
The Justice Dept. will defend the constitutionality of the law that led to the team losing six of its federal trademarks.