Apple’s new fingerprint sensor. A cop’s best friend?
A Federal Judge has declared the NYPD’s “stop & frisk” policy to be unconstitutional.
The Air Force is telling airmen to take common sense steps to “avoid becoming a victim” of sexual assault.
In the end, it doesn’t appear that the Boston Marathon bombings could have been prevented by law enforcement.
Detroit is bankrupt, but that isn’t stopping the Red Wings from getting $400 million in taxpayer subsidies for their new stadium.
The US backed Egyptian government is massacring supporters of the ousted democratically elected government.
New Jersey’s highest court gets it right.
President Obama has once again weighed in on the Trayvon Martin case in a personal manner.
New technology brings the day of round the clock tracking of citizens who’ve done nothing wrong ever closer.
Going back to the very beginning can be useful.
Evidence that George Zimmerman acted out of racial bias is completely lacking, which means the Federal Government should stay out of this case entirely.
There are many fallacies contained within the GOP’s insistence that immigration reform must begin and end with “border security.”
George Zimmerman was acquitted on all charges by a Florida jury late Saturday night.
Certain aspects of Egyptian civic life have improved rapidly in the wake of the military coup, raising at least some questions about the events leading up to it.
The paramilitarization of American law enforcement has had deadly consequences.
A case from Nevada provides another example of police abuse, and a possible claim arising under the long-forgotten Third Amendment.
if reports are to be believed, there is a coup d’etat underway in Egypt.
Even the national sport is arousing the anger of the protesters in Brazil.
Edward Snowden has likely violated many laws, but, absent additional facts, treason is not one of them.
Opponents of immigration reform are using “border security” as a shield to hide their true desire to kill the very idea of immigration reform.
Thanks to one question from one Senator, we learned yesterday that the FBI has used surveillance drones inside the United States.
An absolutely ridiculous criminal case out of West Virginia.
Radical Islamists now dominate the Syrian opposition. And you’re arming them.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court narrowly decided a case on the right against self-incrimination that is likely to do great harm to individual rights.
Public trust in the news media, along with many other institutions, continues to fall. That’s troublesome for many reasons.
Will voters care about the revelations about NSA data mining? Signs point to no.
Another body blow to the Fourth Amendment from the Supreme Court.
It’s a mistake to think of the Bill of Rights as only protecting people who are “innocent” or “guilty.” It exists to protect all of us.