From doxxing people with the new coronavirus to making diagnosed and suspected patients wear ankle monitors, some states are taking all the wrong steps to slow the spread of COVID-19.
It’s an attempt to bypass Fourth and Fifth Amendment protections by insisting it’s not an arrest.
Courts struck down Marsy’s Law last year. Lawmakers want to bring it back.
Meanwhile, outgoing Gov. Matt Bevin made some controversial pardon choices as he headed for the door.
Plus: A ranked-choice voting win, a scheduled execution in Georgia, Twitter wavers on political issue ad ban, and more...
Louisville SWAT Team Looking for Pot Needlessly Terrorizes Family, Thanks to a False Tip, a Cursory Investigation, and a Detective's Nose
The cop claimed to detect "a strong smell of fresh marijuana coming from within the house," but police did not find any.
The Public Health Department wants to ban a common tattooing process. Artists say that the concern is unscientific and harmful to clients.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin gives advice for changing hearts on criminal justice reform.
Plus: Parsing competing paid-leave proposals, wisdom from Justin Amash, and Pete Buttigieg on Chick-fil-A.
"We have a legal and moral obligation to provide and deliver on the promises that have been made," says Gov. Matt Bevin, who called the session Monday.
In Win For Fathers' Rights, Kentucky Says Judges Must Presume Shared Parenting In Child Custody Battles
The presumption applies even when one or more of the parents is opposed.
Teachers have shut down schools across the state, allegedly to protest pension changes. But those pension reforms are pretty mild.
"We all are so optimistic that industrial hemp can become sometime in the future what tobacco was in Kentucky's past."
This is a clear-cut case of unconstitutional compelled speech with an easy verdict.
Why are Boone County Schools bureaucrats trying to whitewash the Charlottesville murder suspect's history?
Truck operator: "I feel like this city is about nepotism, cronyism and favoritism."
Louisiana already illustrating potential for abuse.
A 2011 "terrorist plot" in Kentucky is oft used to warn against Muslim refugees. But the only terrorists in this case were manufactured by the FBI.
The Midwest farmer's daughters are not alright.
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?
The deputy, who is also a city councilman, owns a private ambulance company currently engaged in a lawsuit with the employer of the driver he detained.
Bevin sends mixed messages on limits of executive power.
Bevin intends to take clerks' names off marriage certificates
Election Day 2015 did not go smoothly for pollsters.
Matt Bevin's big surprise win the Kentucky governor's hints at trouble for both Democrats and the larger political system.
His Democratic opponent said letting patients use cannabis for symptom relief would produce a "lost generation" of adolescent potheads.
The GOP win has significant implications for Obamacare.
Watch where you fly.
No, you don't have to have the state's approval to tell families how to solve problems.
Kentucky fight goes on with new court filings.
Pataki and Graham get that Kim Davis is not a businessowner.
But she won't issue any of her own and is taking her name off them.
It's not actually clear if she will cooperate with judge's order.
Elected officials cannot be fired, which makes it that much harder to hold them accountable.
No, she's not some sort of pioneer of religious victimization.