Ohio police arrested a driver because his car contained a compartment that could theoretically store illegal drugs, though no drugs were found at the time.
Chris Hayes looks at corporations’ first amendment rights with Pete Williams, Tim Carney, and Sandra Fluke.
Exactly what is the Affordable Care Act doing for us?
In New York, inmates diagnosed with “serious” disorders should be protected from solitary confinement. But since that policy began, the number of inmates diagnosed with such disorders has dropped.
Four of the jurors at the George Zimmerman trial distanced themselves late Tuesday from statements that another juror made in a televised interview.
Warning: This video is very disturbing.
Mike Papantonio: Mass Torts Made Perfect
The New Year brings some good news for minimum-wage workers in 10 states. Nine states will adjust the wages to accommodate the rising costs of living, as required by state laws, while Rhode Island will implement a law signed by the governor
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that Indiana can’t cut off funding for Planned Parenthood just because the organization provides abortion, contrary to a 2011 law signed by Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels. That law was the first time a state denied Planned Parenthood Medicaid funds for general health services, including cancer screenings.
Well, at least we know how Justice Antonin Scalia will be leaning as new cases arrive at the Supreme Court this year.