We expect British royals to favor muzzling commoners, but too many lawmakers feel the same way.
Bill of Rights
Power-seeking public officials thrive on our fear.
Compelled use of facial and finger recognition features runs afoul of the Fifth Amendment.
The Court could strike a major blow for civil asset forfeiture reforms in the states and finally do away with an awful double jeopardy loophole.
The U.S. Constitution was signed on this day 231 years ago.
What the 2nd Circuit's opinion in U.S. v. Tigano reveals about the state of our criminal justice system
A new bill may end this absurd practice
Her positions on gun ownership and political speech are at odds with the Bill of Rights.
It's not irrational to have lost faith in government.
The Kentucky senator says his GOP rival fails to understand, "You can use the Fourth Amendment and still get terrorists."
Congress passed the Bill of Rights 225 years ago today. Why the struggle for food freedom is at the heart of those amendments.
People power in the parks.
Teacher probably should have run that one by the folks at home
The symbolism, it is thick