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A college student says ICE arrested him in retaliation for reading a poem about America


The Trump administration separated thousands of migrant children from their families at the border — lawyers say they still can't find the parents of 545 of those children


A Black man in Louisiana sentenced to life in prison for stealing hedge clippers is out on parole after serving more than 20 years



Federal judge accuses Trump administration lawyers of 'straight up dishonesty' in case over COVID-19 outbreak among detained immigrants


Ben & Jerry's is launching a podcast about white supremacy in America, after calling for civil rights reforms earlier this summer


How do you get rid of cops without creating another George Zimmerman? Groups aiming to defund the police have an idea.



American workers are failing drug tests at the highest rate in 16 years, despite a growing trend of marijuana legalization


How the tear gas industry become a billion-dollar business over the last 100 years


White House reportedly in talks with Oregon over removing federal agents in exchange for increased local police presence


The ACLU is fighting to get Michael Cohen out of prison, saying the Justice Department went after him for writing a book about Trump


A Black man in Detroit was arrested and detained for 30 hours after being falsely identified by facial recognition


Microsoft pitched facial recognition technology to the DEA as recently as 2018, newly-released emails show



Outrage over police brutality has finally convinced Amazon, Microsoft, and IBM to rule out selling facial recognition tech to law enforcement. Here's what's going on.


Black Lives Matter and the ACLU are suing the Trump administration for forcing peaceful protesters out of his way with tear gas before his church photo op


Transgender woman at centre of the Supreme Court case fighting for LGBTQ workplace rights has died at 59


The Trump administration is violating immigrants' right to due process and exposing them to COVID-19, lawsuit alleges



Rhode Island State Police are stopping New Yorkers travelling into the state and advising them to quarantine and register with the National Guard


A Maryland police department charged one of its officers with murder after he allegedly shot a handcuffed man 7 times


An accused bank robber claims the police broke the law when they used Google location data to track him down. Privacy advocates agree.


Christine Blasey Ford says she believes it was her 'duty' to come forward with sexual-assault allegation against Brett Kavanaugh