Civil Rights

Christian Baker Jack Phillips Continues Fight After Latest Court Loss

Jack Phillips, the Christian baker who won a Supreme Court case in 2018, lost an appeal Thursday (Jan. 26) in a Colorado civil lawsuit regarding a transgender-themed cake.

360 Degree Surveillance: How Police Use Public-Private Partnerships to Spy on Americans

In this age of ubiquitous surveillance, there are no private lives: everything is public.

Derek Chauvin, Ex-Minneapolis Cop Convicted of Murdering George Floyd, Files Appeal

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin asked a Minnesota appeals court on Wednesday to throw out his conviction over the death of George Floyd.

‘Absolutely Insane’: Connecticut Law Would Axe Fitness Requirements for Female Firefighters

Connecticut Democrats are working to lower the physical fitness requirements for female firefighters, saying that less onerous standards will make fire departments "more diverse."

Democrat Proposes Legislation to Make White People Criticizing Minorities a Crime

Democrat Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee has introduced legislation that would make criticism from white people against minorities a federal crime.

Biden Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Watch)

"He followed the path of Joseph. A believer in dreams, in the divinity they carry, in the promise they hold. And like John the Baptist, he prepared us for the greater hope ahead, one who came to bear witness to the light," Biden said of Dr. King.

U.S. Court Ruling Upholds Federal Funding for Faith-Based Colleges with Traditional Values on Gender

A federal judge in Oregon dismissed a lawsuit from a group of 40 LGBT+ individuals against the U.S. Education Department challenging a Title IX exemption that allows religious colleges to receive federal funding.

Facebook Admits Suppressing ‘Often True’ Content on COVID-19 Vaccines

A Facebook executive told the White House that the social media platform not only suppressed “misinformation” but also took action against the “virality” of “often true” content on the COVID-19 vaccines.

Women Protest Male-to-Female Athlete Inclusion at NCAA Convention

Former NCAA female swimmer Riley Gaines took to the front lines of a protest against male-to-female transgender inclusion at the NCAA convention.

Supreme Court Will Hear Religious Discrimination Case Against U.S. Postal Service

Evangelical Christian former mail carrier from Pennsylvania who claims USPS discriminated against his Sabbath practice on Sundays.

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