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As the terrible fruit of Kamal's early life in jihad screams from today's headlines, he courageously puts his life on the line to defend America, the country he now calls home.
Feb. 17, 1970 Police arrive at the MacDonald apartment to find pregnant Colette, Kim and Kristen stabbed and bludgeoned to death. MacDonald is unconscious and bleeding from wounds on his chest. He tells military police the family was attacked by fou
Legal experts say it’s already too weak to help plaintiffs much | “All the law does is clarify existing U.S. law, nothing more”
WE LIVE IN A TIME of moral outrage. If you listened to partisans on either side of Election 2016, it was a contest between—or a protest of—a criminally corrupt politician and a serial sex offender, even though neither candidate had been formally char
Q: One of my law partners had an intern pretend to be him and take an ethics course the partner needed to satisfy his continuing legal education requirement. When I learned about it, I challenged his actions. He pushed back, claiming he’d created a w
WE WANT TO BELIEVE WE’RE ALL BASICALLY the same and want the same things, but what if we’re not? Islam, in both theory and practice, is exceptional in how it relates to politics. Because of its outsize role in law and governance, Islam has been—and
TEXAN JUSTIN NORMAND SENDS A MESSAGE OF UNITY TO MUSLIMS IN HIS COMMUNITY—AND FINDS SUPPORT FROM AROUND THE WORLD
The mayor held a brief news conference Friday to deny the allegations. He said the "untrue allegations" were painful to him and his husband, and said the person making the accusations is "troubled."
A new case filed by anti-Trump protesters will test the limits of free speech—and the responsibility Trump bears for his own statements.
THE PATTERN IS TRAGICALLY FAMILIAR: A TROUBLED person with a criminal past attacks in the name of ISIS. San Bernardino, Calif.; Orlando; and perhaps now Nice, France. They are not ISIS, exactly, but ISIS-ish—men and women who have no organizational t
Americans may see themselves working past retirement age, but to do that, they may face obstacles getting hired. New research shows that can be harder when you're older.
Inaugural pastor creates ‘safe haven’ The church of evangelical pastor Sam Rodriguez Jr., who led a prayer at President Trump’s Inauguration, has begun offering beds for congregants who need a temporary “safe haven” from immigration raids or domesti
Celebrities, companies and politics can't get away with co-opting a movements' energy without representing their interests.
A judgment last week in Virginia provides a template for other courts—including the Supreme Court—to rule in the president’s favor.
LILY ROTHMAN THE HEADLINE IN THE MARCH 18, 1966, issue of LIFE magazine described it simply as “The Crime of Being Married.” Under those words, two photos: Mildred Loving, then 26, eyes downcast, and her husband Richard, 32, lips pressed tightly tog
Mothers—and some fathers—are increasingly suing employers for discriminating against working parents. They are succeeding.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch ruled on the Hobby Lobby case before it reached the high court. His concurrence argued religious freedom could extend even further than the Supreme Court ruled.
Jeffrey Lacker was under investigation for possibly disclosing confidential information to a Wall Street analyst in 2012. The bank president now says he regrets the role he "may have played."
ANDREW SULLIVAN THROUGHOUT THE WEEK, I heard no specific policy proposals to tackle clearly stated public problems. It is almost as if governing, for the Republican right, is fundamentally about an attitude, rather than about experience or practical
The self-described "existential basement pop" band's new single, from a forthcoming EP, muses about the value of advice women are very sick of hearing.
THE WORD EMPOWERMENT HAS BECOME the rallying cry of mainstream feminism, with virtually any act performed enthusiastically by a woman—from washing her hair to posting her bikini photos—now designated as “empowering.” But while everyone from Unilever
It's a story of an orphan. And her beloved "mummy" — who is a transgender woman. The ad from Vicks has become a viral sensation.
Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Antonin Scalia possesses the same limited view of religious freedom supported by the conservatives currently on the Supreme Court.
Amnesty estimates China killed more people than all the other countries put together. The U.S. fell off the list of the top five countries to carry out the death penalty for the first time since 2006.
The state Supreme Court has cleared the way for lawmakers to start the process of ousting Gov. Robert Bentley, after he allegedly misused state resources to cover up an affair with a top aide.
President Trump's executive orders on immigration and border security have Latinos and Muslims concerned. In Los Angeles, Latino Muslims are educating themselves about their rights and going public.
A student who took an ethics course under Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch at the University of Colorado Law School in 2016 made the allegation in a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Arkansas had sought to execute eight men before its supply of a lethal injection drug expires. Judges blocked the killings, but the state appealed. The first execution was set for Monday night.
Governor John Kasich vetoed a controversial provision that would have banned the procedure after a fetal heartbeat could be detected. This is just the beginning.
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