Discrimination is being kicked out of a restaurant for being transgender. Not for enabling policies that discriminate against being transgender.
The Supreme Court is split on yet another critical case on LGBTQ rights. The ruling will yield either an anti-discrimination precedent, or yet another slap in the face to civil rights.
The former national security adviser, who's pleaded guilty for lying to the FBI, promises to do the most damage to the Trump administration to date. But how much … and who's next?
Indictment charges for Manafort and Gates, a guilty plea from Papadopoulos—it seems like a promising start. But what does it all mean? Our legal adviser breaks it down.
Journalists, researchers, scientists, and lawyers are converging around the idea that fossil fuel companies are liable for climate change impacts. Will the cases stick?
He may be incompetent, but the Orange Menace is great at grifting, tweeting us to the brink of nuclear war—and filling federal benches with judges who liken abortion to slavery.
He's a racist, homophobic misogynist with a hatred for pot and a love of private prisons. And Trump wants him gone. Normally we would too, but times are anything but normal.
Legal scholar Tobias Barrington Wolff identifies some of the crises that will likely accompany the end of this dangerous and unstable administration.
Missouri's new anti-school-fighting law is yet another way to perpetuate the school-to-prison pipeline and ensure a future of coercion and disenfranchisement for children of color.
The unanimous vote says zones infringe on protesters' First Amendment rights. Since when do those cover intimidation and harassment?