The proliferation of election crime legislation is the most threatening front in voter suppression efforts in generations.
A Catholic boarding school on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is seeking forgiveness for its troubled history. But school survivors want justice first.
This is the largest-ever settlement of a fees dispute under California’s anti-SLAPP statute.
After decades of stripping away Native American identity from its students, a Catholic boarding school seeks to help the community heal.
New developments in Mexico’s investigation into the disappearance of 43 college students are making headlines, and also ruffling feathers.
Expanded self-defense laws are being used to justify killings of roommates, people who are unhoused, and in road rage incidents and child custody disputes.
Penny Rawlings is relieved to finally get her brother into rehab at a place called Cenikor. She doesn’t realize that getting him out of treatment is going to be the bigger problem.
Since last August, the U.S. government has collected nearly $20 million in fees from 66,000 Afghan applicants. Less than 8,000 applications have been processed.
There may be 1,700 suspected war criminals and human rights abusers in the U.S. Who are they, and what is the government doing about it?
White nationalists around the globe are working together to disrupt multicultural societies and Western democracies.