Microsoft's Chief Legal Officer said the company "will pay for legal counsel for Dreamer employees in any deportation case and file a brief in the company's name."
- Former Sheriff David Clarke is staying off the federal payroll for now, instead taking a position as a spokesman and senior adviser for Trump super PAC America First Action.
- The U.S. House Intelligence Committee is demanding FBI records related to the "pee dossier."
- Remembering Indian journalist and human-rights activist Gauri Lankesh, who was gunned down outside her home on Monday.
- A Cuban man in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody died after being found unconscious in his hospital-room shower. He is the 11th detainee to die in ICE custody this year.
- Behold hate-crime laws in action.
- The Huffington Post is so intersectional it publishes the pro-censorship group formerly known as Morality in Media urging harsher criminal sentencing for folks involved in gay sex work.
- Big changes could be coming to the Title IX office this week.
- A man who launched a pro-"Hillary Democrats" social platform called Verrit has been having a Twitter meltdown for days after Clinton's endorsement of the site also brought a lot of skeptics.
- Celebrate these bad bills that didn't make it out of the California legislature in the 2017 session.
Under fire for refusing to support Tara Reade, Milano says she never thought #MeToo would "destroy innocent men."
The state has shut down all liquor stores, leading customers to crowd into retailers across the border.
Sotomayor Upbraids SCOTUS for a Decision That 'Destroys Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence That Requires Individualized Suspicion'
The justice filed a lone dissent in Kansas v. Glover.
Not every apparent violation of a quarantine order is a risk to other people, and not all need to be (or can be) enforced equally.
A misleading statistic has made the rounds. But it’s based on a misreading of a government report that says no such thing.