Philando Castile Was Pulled Over 49 Times in 13 Years, Often for Minor Infractions

Mr. Castile’s death from a police shooting during a traffic stop is seen by many as an illustration of the disproportionate risks black motorists face.


Philando Castile, Fatally Shot in His Car, Was a Magnet for Minor Traffic Stops

Mr. Castile’s death from a police shooting during a traffic stop is seen by many as an illustration of the disproportionate risks black motorists face.


Is Section 702 on the verge of reform?

 A controversial law that authorizes the government’s bulk collection of internet data is being tested in a federal appeals court, giving anti-surveillance advocates hope that reform might be on the … Continue Reading →


Anti-Abortion Group Presses Ahead Despite Recent Supreme Court Ruling

Although Texas’ abortion clinic restrictions were overturned, the leaders of the National Right to Life Committee are redoubling their efforts on the “humanity of the unborn child.”


After Orlando, Questions Over Effectiveness of Terrorism Watch Lists

Proposals to stop people on terrorism watch lists from buying guns are opposed not only by the National Rifle Association, but also by the American Civil Liberties Union.