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A Court Case So Secret, the US Government Says It Can't Go On

Fatal Construction Accident Shows Higher Risks Faced by Latino Workers

The Justice Department is suing Southeastern Oklahoma State University for discrimination after the school fired a transgender professor in 2011.

Australian Government Knew of Abuse at Asylum Seeker Detention Center Months Before It Acted

Rounding Us Up, and Exposing Us All to Cancer
Cancer is only one of many health consequences of the growing scourge of herbicides, pesticides and GMOs.

Equality groups ready for counterattack against wave of anti-gay bills across US

Pharmacy Groups Balk at Supplying Lethal Injection Drugs

Ring of Snitches: How Detroit Police Slapped False Murder Convictions on Young Black Men

Keeping felons from earning a living doesn't make us safer, only poorer
70 million adults have arrest or conviction records in the United States - or about one in three adults. Restricting their employment is holding back our economy.

The Fight Against High-Stakes Testing: A Civil Rights Movement

Washington Post: President Obama’s Pledge of “Unprecedented Openness” Violated By Closed, Secretive Administration