by Kira Lerner Oct 12, 2015
A Republican lawmaker says parents have complained about lessons on the Five Pillars of Islam.
by Alan Pyke Oct 7, 2015
The state spent at least $11,000 on drug tests. What'd they learn?
by Bryce Covert Oct 2, 2015
The lawsuit alleges the town was in cahoots with the company, both making money off the scheme.
by Zack Ford Sep 9, 2015
A victory for LGBT rights in Fayetteville could set the stage for a landmark court fight.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Aug 11, 2015
According to the complaint, the landscaping company owner threatened to kick the workers out of their housing.
by Zack Ford Jul 2, 2015
In Tennessee, there's nothing illegal about refusing to sell screwdrivers to gay people.
by Sam P.K. Collins Mar 30, 2015
The case has reignited debate around the use of sterilizations as a bargaining chip in negotiations, particularly when they involve poor defendants.
by Kira Lerner Mar 17, 2015
The attack on student voting rights is becoming more brazen.
by Bryce Covert Mar 5, 2015
Tennessee lawmakers questioned the need for an economic council that doesn't "cover everybody."
by Ian Millhiser Feb 26, 2015
The justices will be personally responsible for the chaos and lost lives that will result from a decision against Obamacare. The states are not going to bail them out.