People who give DNA samples—and big bucks—to companies in exchange for information on their potential medical risks are handing over more than saliva.
From the ethnic studies ban to firings over Travyon Martin, a strange hostility toward progressive education is emerging.
What makes this case exceptional is neither race nor the politics of self-defense alone but the total failure to investigate it for so long.
Today's “right to life” rhetoric is a bizarre cross between the theological imperative to be fruitful and multiply and the fetishism of microbiological cellular promise.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s ruthless austerity measures have made the state a bleak place to live, work and go to school.
From Sacco and Vanzetti to Troy Davis, witnesses to crime scenes get it wrong too often. So why did the Supreme Court just make it harder to challenge such evidence in court?
The National Defense Authorization Act would authorize indefinite military detention for US citizens, stripping Americans of their constitutional rights.
The Department of Justice has told the Supreme Court that police should be allowed to secretly put GPS devices on our cars. But we have already surrendered more privacy than we realize.