How activists are fighting driver’s license-revoking student loan laws
Montana activists organized bipartisan support to overturn a law that revokes the driver's licenses of people who've defaulted on their student loan payments.
NYPD cops arrest man who tried to film them before breaking his phone
The incident was captured from three different angles.
What you need to know about the Supreme Court’s big gay-marriage case
This is going to be historic, no matter which way it goes.
Accused rapist sues Columbia University over ruined reputation and ‘gender-based’ bias
The lawsuit is part of a larger conversation about rape culture on college campuses.
Michael Brown’s family files wrongful death suit against Ferguson
Michael Brown's family filed a civil suit against the city of Ferguson alleging wrongful death.
Obama’s Earth Day visit to the Everglades added 90 tons of carbon to the air
President Obama celebrates Earth Day with a visit to the Everglades, irony abounds.
Kansas mother’s medical marijuana use prompts custody battle with state
Mother who cured her Crohn's disease with medical marijuana involved in custody case with the state of Kansas.
Vandals cut down Michael Brown memorial tree a day after it was planted
This is where the conversation is at right now.
Obama hints at support for bill that would legalize medical marijuana
You don't get higher praise than this (politically speaking).
The National Guard referred to Ferguson protesters as ‘enemy forces,’ emails show
The military refers to Ferguson protestors as 'enemy forces' and 'adversaries' in internal briefing emails.
Publicists now charging media $10,000 minimum for Walter Scott video
A publicist is licensing footage of police shooting of Walter Scott to media for $10,000 fee.
Turkish mayor to outraged citizens: ‘Respect the robot’
Turkish mayor sued by citizens for building robot, gives zero f***s.
Supervisors reportedly ordered to falsify training records for reserve officer who shot Eric Harris
Three supervisors with the Tulsa County Sherrif’s Office transferred after refusing the order to falsify training records for Robert Bates.
New York’s #ShutDownA14 protest leads to 42 arrests
A protest against police brutality ends in Mayor De Blasio upset over NYPD being abused by protestors.
Lawyer says cops tried to trick him into downloading malware
An Arkansas lawyer representing whistleblowers claims cops sent back an external hard drive loaded with Trojan viruses in response to a discovery demand for digital evidence.