At first it was the Muslim Brotherhood. Now dozens of journalists, non-Islamist activists and students have been detained and beaten.
Try to think of an aspect of everyday life that doesn’t somehow include the police.
Contrary to what Goldberg has written, I believe that the only version of BDS that can be defended is one that is compatible with principles of academic freedom.
Bill de Blasio touts his police commissioner pick as a “progressive visionary,” but Bill Bratton’s record tells a different story.
Why is Verizon suing the FCC over net neutrality regulations?
It's like Hollywood without the happy ending.
Muslim women are fighting for their rights from within Islamic tradition, rather than against it.
Rep. Jim McDermott of Washington is optimistic that it will come—if we give states the tools to adopt it at their own pace.
From California to Israel, hunger strikes are erupting around the world—because they work.
Prosecutors are warping the law to throw activist hackers like Aaron Swartz behind bars for years.