At the Democratic Socialists of America Convention, Clapping, Chatter, and Gendered Language Are Considered Triggering
But it wasn't all woke one-upmanship—they also discussed public policy.
Bills introduced in Montana, Florida, and Washington would either ban or restrict plastic straws.
The city decided her van was an abandoned vehicle, even though it clearly wasn't.
Federal law says universities have to make "reasonable accommodations" for students who claim emotional trauma.
Closed captioning can be prohibitively expensive for archived lectures the school wants to make available to the public.
An internet entrepreneur saved 20,000 free online college lectures (and more) after the government declared them illegal.
They're not alone. Normal parenting mistakes can be used against people with disabilities.
McDowell Is the Poorest, Sickest, Most Hopeless County in America. Why Doesn't Everyone Just Leave? (Reason Podcast)
Ronald Bailey traveled back to his familial home to find out what went wrong in Appalachia.
America's Jails and Prisons Have Become Cruel, Expensive Institutions for the Mentally and Physically Disabled
Inmates in prisons and jails are three to four times more likely than average to report having a disability, new report finds.
Deaf Man Spent Six Weeks In Jail For a Crime He Didn't Commit; Sheriff's Office Say It's OK Because There Wasn't Any 'Intentional Discrimination'
But does it matter what the excuse is for keeping him in jail six weeks if it was wrong?
Manitoba's, one of the last punk rock dive bars in New York's East Village, fights for its life.
Prosecutors say that the fraud has cost taxpayers millions
Miami-Dade County in Florida has banned the breed
Passengers lay blame on flight attendant
Autopsy ruled the death a homicide by asphyxiation
Meaning that you can't fire them
Says cops teased him and called him a "cripple" after making him lose his prosthetic legs
Serially Sued Utah Trooper Faces New Lawsuit by Disabled Man Who Alleges Mistreatment During DUI Stop
Lisa Steed was fired in 2011 and tried unsuccessfully to appeal the decision.
Feds say parents need "meaningful opportunities" to care for children
Better than the lottery
Working a bit too hard for a permanently disabled cop