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How do I know the Klan isn't? Because it says so right in the law.
Kyle Duncan and David Stras are ultra-conservative judges who will probably land in the Fifth and Eighth Circuit courts of appeals, respectively.
They should be concentrating on those in power, on both sides of the aisle, who have continued to propagate a cycle of harassment and abuse.
Here's an explanation of what the Department of Justice is asking the Supreme Court to do, and what it means moving forward.
Iowa Rep. Steve King has skills. He knows what fetuses are thinking, and he rhymes like Johnnie Cochran.
You’re off your tether, Missouri, and you’re lumbering around knocking over telephone poles and stripping pregnant people of their human rights.
The lawyer in the case says she was conceived in rape and is an "abortion survivor." But how about sticking to your client's defense—and not trying to rep the anti-choice movement?
The panelists spent an hour comparing pregnant people to breeding animals and abortion to factory farming.
Is there anything more frivolous than trying to sue a social movement or hashtag? You’d be hard-pressed to find it.
So many questions: Is the president's pardon power really that broad? Can one member of the executive branch pardon another who's accused of Bill of Rights violations?
Appalachia’s suicide rate is 17 percent higher than the national average, but not many mental health providers accept one of the region's most popular forms of insurance.