Residents in Flint who were exposed to lead-contaminated water can pursue constitutional claims against Michigan and city officials, a federal appeals court said Friday. In a 3-0 decision, the court… Read more »
Roughly 45,000 newly registered voters in Indiana — almost all of whom are black — may not be allowed to vote next month after state police targeted the state’s largest voter registration drive, forcing… Read more »
Last summer Allen Wayne Morgan was arrested after he met with an undercover FBI agent posing as a KKK hit-man in an Oxford, Alabama Econo Lodge and attempted to hire… Read more »
Despite the deadlock Michael Dunn will spend many years in jail. He could possibly sentenced to 75 years in prison on the attempted murder charges on the 3 other passengers… Read more »
There are some in government that are on the side of the people on this issue. But there aren’t enough. So the fight continues.
MSNBC host, Ari Melber, had a question today for leftist Congressman Bernie Sanders (who attended the March on Washington in 1963). Melber asked why haven’t Democrats in Washington tried to… Read more »
While North Carolina lawmakers have adjourned for the year, the Moral Monday movement marches on, with plans underway to hold rallies across the state this month protesting the legislature’s far-right… Read more »
On the first day of a voter ID trial in Pennsylvania on Monday, the liberal-leaning plaintiffs got a boost from an improbable ally — a voter who called former Republican… Read more »