A rebuttal to the suggestion that “the way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race.”
Author: Rachel Weiner
3 men who fought police and lit up during Jan. 6 riot sentenced
A Las Vegas man and two Proud Boys associates were ordered to forfeit some of the money they raised off their prosecutions as part of their punishment
Trump told crowd to ‘fight like hell’ before riot. Can he be sued?
A lower court judge found Trump could be held liable for the violence of the Jan. 6 riot.
‘Assault weapons’ too popular to be banned in Maryland, gun advocates argue
Gun rights groups previously failed to get the ban struck down but say a new precedent is on their side.
Threatened with jail for livestreaming traffic stop, he sued
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit is debating whether streaming is different from recording, and whether passengers in cars can record at all.
GOP operative found guilty of funneling Russian money to Donald Trump
A longtime Ron Paul aide helped a Russian businessman get into a Trump fundraiser; Trump later pardoned him for another campaign finance crime.
Air Force combat veteran convicted of felony role in Jan. 6 riot
Larry Brock entered the Senate chamber holding zip-tie handcuffs and wearing a combat helmet.
Ex-intel officer downplays Jan. 6 violence as Oath Keepers defendants testify
Over two weeks, at least two of the five accused of a violent plot against the U.S. government testified.
Pet stores and breeders still fighting Maryland ‘puppy mill’ ban
A federal appeals court heard a challenge to the state’s “puppy mill” ban.
Barring head coverings in prison violates federal law, appeals court rules
The Virginia prison system changed its policies after an inmate sued, but he wants a ruling barring any future restrictions.