Court-ordered release of DOJ 'drone memo' reveals legal arguments for targeting of US citizen Anwar al-Aulaqi in Yemen
Electronic Frontier Foundation | Senate attempts to strip away online privacy
RT | Over 750 plaintiffs are suing Johns Hopkins University over its role in medical experiments in Guatemala in the 1940s and 1950s
Deirdre Fulton | Federal officials searching for safe housing for immigrant kids
Lauren Mc Cauley | The United States Department of Justice announced Friday that after weeks of uproar and protest it would open an official investigation into the Baltimore Police Department
Nadia Prupis | "Business as usual can’t go on while our children are dying"
Rutherford Institute | A recent study shows that knowledge of government surveillance causes people censor their opinions online
Derrick Broze | Illinois seems to be a hotbed for a lack of accountability and transparency on the part of government agencies
Jon Queally | Members of Intelligence Committee say White House is stalling release of torture report as high-level disagreement over what American people can know about abuses by CIA reaches boiling point; Transparency advocates tell lawmakers with access to report, 'Just read it into the record.'
Sarah Lazare | Experts slam city's aggressive drive to disconnect water from residents who are unable to pay
Intellihub | 'Offenders may spend up to five years in jail'
Zero Hedge | The organization behind the report, known as the Transitional Justice Working Group, said it was based on interviews with 375 North Korean defectors
Lauren McCauley | Bankruptcy judge declines moratorium allowing water shutoffs to continue
Physicians in California prisons illegally sterilized at least 39 women during an eight-year period, with cases recorded as late as 2011
Intellihub | Two different trains of thought spark division in some cases
EFF | Congress' vote to repeal the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) broadband privacy rules has a profound impact on your online privacy rights.
Onan Coca | The city passed a bill called "The Human Rights Amendment Act of 2014" which will eliminate the "Nation's Capital Religious Liberty and Academic Freedom Act
Jon Queally | New report demands 'accountability and systemic change' following excessive force against people who rose up to challenge police violence
Lauren McCauley | James Risen, dragged through the mud by the Department of Justice, offers bold counter to AG's record on whistleblowers
Intellihub | 'This order affirms that our judicial system can handle claims of CIA torture, including when those claims involve high-level government officials,' says ACLU
Free Thought Project | A Baton Rouge police officer has resigned after it was discovered that he allegedly sent a string of extremely racist text messages
RT | Guilt-ridden American drone pilots continue to quit in unprecedented numbers
Lauren McCauley | Over 100 demonstrations held across Ireland protesting austerity scheme to tax, privatize water supply
SHTF Plan | Contractors want to be ready for anything
RT | Israel used disproportionate military force during its summer operation in Gaza
Daily KOS | The first arrested of the group was Baxter Jones, a former Detroit Public Schools teacher wrongfully dismissed is in a wheelchair
Max Ocean | More border detention centers and additional judges for deportation hearings planned for humanitarian crisis
Kate Fried | Social justice organizations demand economic relief for affected residents
Christina Sarich | Rob Corry has sued the Denver District Court stating that Colorado’s tax system violates the 5th amendment, protecting individuals from self-incrimination, and violating the US Constitution
Lauren McCauley | Guardian newspaper exposes Peabody Coal's attempt to profit from Ebola epidemic