What the backward-looking Democratic debate tells us about contemporary education policy and woke politics
With the Equality Act, Congressional Democrats Want To Redefine 'Sex' To Include Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation
Here's why that's a bad idea—and it has nothing to do with God's wrath, women's rights rollbacks, or locker-room predators.
Does current precedent forbidding discrimination on the basis of sex-based stereotypes apply here?
The former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York unconvincingly channels Atticus Finch in his legal memoir.
Q&A with the co-founder of Institute for Justice about immigration, his legal philosophy, his battles with Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and that tattoo.
Meet the undergrad who is recovering the legacy of gay, socialist civil-rights activist Bayard Rustin while explicating Kanye West's conservatism.
As His Final Move in Office, Jeff Sessions Limits Use of Court Settlements to Reform Rotten Police Departments
Sessions was a staunch critic of consent decrees that forced police departments to reform unconstitutional practices.
Justices are being asked yet again to argue about wedding cakes and whether the Civil Rights Act covers discrimination against gay and transgender people.
..and other things I learned when I spoke at a U.S. Commission on Civil Rights briefing.
Canvassing the legal problems and practical effects of qualified immunity from constitutional lawsuits
Best known as the "father of Harlem," he was guided by the theory that free markets penalize bigotry.
Workplace Discrimination Against Gays Is Covered Under the Civil Rights Act, Says a Second Federal Court
A third court disagrees. The Supreme Court had the chance to take on the case to resolve the conflict, but it declined.
Suing to prevent such releases.
Accountability starts at home.
Lower courts are split on whether sex-based protections cover orientation.
How to think about gay wedding cakes, Fourth Amendment rights, and whether the federal government can ban sports betting. Plus: How will Neil Gorsuch vote?
In the final days of the Virginia governor's race, the Republican campaign lashes out with Trumpian crime rhetoric.
Court rejects Title IX complaint against University of Mary Washington over failure to ban the social-media platform from its campus
They "have their own language, leaders, and ways of talking to each other," says Reason's Paul Detrick.
"Juggalos are being fucked with, so we have to do something about it."
Comedian, civil-rights activist, food guru, and conspiracy theorist made America a better, more thoughtful place.
The Department of Justice argues that sexual orientation isn't covered unless Congress adds it.
Citing a backlog of complaints, the Title IX enforcement office pledges to prioritize case resolution over fishing expeditions.
If the decision holds, it would essentially add LGBT protections to existing laws.
This week's fake outrage confuses welfare spending with equal government protection and blames Trump.
An innocent person faces a 20 percent probability of being found guilty under a preponderance of the evidence standard.
SCOTUS unanimously upheld the ministerial exception five years ago. It's already being challenged again.
Senate Rules Like the One Used to Silence Elizabeth Warren's Criticism of Jeff Sessions are Dumb, Arcane, and Self-Aggrandizing
Senators should not be afforded special privileges shielding them from vigorous criticism.
Talking about racism won't end these problems
The Justice Dept.'s Costly Reform Agreement with Baltimore Police Explains Basic Appropriate Behavior
Are they 'fixing' the department or just rebuilding it from scratch?
Because limited government means having someone around when you're using the toilet.
University of Kentucky Takes Student Paper to Court Over Reporting on Sexual-Assault Complaints Against Professor
When does institutional protection of student-victim privacy cross the line into censorship?
Free exercise rights exist "only to the extent that they do not unduly burden" bans on discrimination, the report says.
Judge smacks down EEOC attempt to apply federal civil rights law against funeral home.
New scorecard evaluates civil liberties safeguards for body camera programs in 50 cities.
What's supposed to have been a civil rights matter ends up as a case of executive overreach.
Ending federal prosecution over violations of vague 'terms of service' rules may come at a cost.
The Second Amendment's role in the Civil Rights Movement.