Wisconsin Is Ground Zero In The Voter ID Fight

Opinion | Robert Knight
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‘When banks ask for photo IDs to cash checks or to open accounts, are they engaging in banking suppression?’

Ferguson Grand Juror Now Claims Prosecutor 'Muddled' Case, Insists On 15 Minutes Of Fame

US | Eric Owens

ACLU: ‘Rules of secrecy must yield because this is a highly unusual circumstance’

Fight On The Right? Cruz And Paul Split Over Patriot Act Fix

Politics | Matt K. Lewis

The Senate will vote Tuesday on the reforms

States Should Secure Parental Consent Before Storing Newborn DNA

Opinion | Twila Brase
A nurse holds a certificate of membership from "El Sistema", as part of its "New Members" program, next to a newborn baby at a public maternity hospital in Caracas

Nine states store newborn DNA indefinitely, but only Michigan requires parental consent.

This Is Why Your Internet Is Slow Today

Tech | Giuseppe Macri

‘If there were Internet slow lanes, you’d still be waiting’

Immigrant Mayor Defends His City Against Illegal Flood: 'We Are Going To Stand For Our Rights'

US | Brendan Bordelon

‘You would expect the ACLU would defend the citizens of this country, but they are not’

After Feds Snatch Documents From Police Station, Judge Throws Out Phone Spying Case

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
A United States Marshal walks into a Stanford Financial Group office building in the upscale Galleria District of Houston

‘Both the federal and local governments need to respect open records laws’

AFL-CIO, NAACP, ACLU Calling The Shots Since 1945

Daily Caller News Foundation | Breanna Deutsch
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How special interests matter more than public opinion

Virginia cops constantly photograph random people's license plates

Tech | Robby Soave
Alexandria Police Department

‘I have to admit I was pretty shocked’

ACLU, FreedomWorks, other groups call for Obama to end to bulk surveillance

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
General Keith B. Alexander listens during his retirement ceremony at the NSA in Fort Meade

‘The trust of the American people…cannot be regained with legislation that achieves only modest changes’

ACLU wins case against school for forcing sixth-grader to give up Facebook password

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
Students on Social Media

‘Kids’ use of social media is the family’s business, not the school’s business’

Congressman asks SXSW to disinvite Edward Snowden

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
A picture of Snowden, a contractor at the NSA, is seen on a computer screen displaying a page of a Chinese news website, in Beijing in this photo illustration

‘I strongly urge you to withdraw this invitation’

To restore public trust in the IRS, scrap the new nonprofit rules

Opinion | Sen. Jerry Moran
Koskinen testifies before a Senate Finance Committee confirmation hearing on his nomination to be commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on the Capitol Hill in Washington

The agency needs to send a strong message that it doesn’t tolerate crackdowns on free speech.

ACLU SLAMS new Obama restrictions on nonprofit groups

Politics | Patrick Howley
'Serious concern with the rule...from a First Amendment perspective'

ACLU: Obama's NSA changes remain 'highly troubling'

US | Giuseppe Macri

‘The president should end, not mend, the government’s collection and retention of all law-abiding Americans’ data’

Former South Dakota ACLU boss accused of choking wife, bashing her against cabinet

US | Eric Owens
ACLU. Photo: YouTube screenshot

Fighter for individual freedom ‘wouldn’t let her out of the restroom,’ say prosecutors

Utah's lesson for the other 33 pro-marriage states

Opinion | Bruce Parker
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Governors and state legislatures should stand against usurping courts.

ACLU on possible Edward Snowden return: 'Amnesty is not a dirty word'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Brendan Bordelon

‘A lot of people in this town have been given amnesty’

Girl-on-girl sexual abuse finally lands on the ACLU's radar

Education | Eric Owens

After lots of yelling, civil liberties group intercedes against heartbroken lesbian

Judge orders removal of San Diego war memorial cross

US | Caroline May
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The cross was erected in 1954