The ACLU says a judge's gag order against former President Trump restricts too much of his speech on matters of public importance.
Inspectors for the Department of Homeland Security found dangerous problems in immigration detention facilities. For years, the government fought NPR's efforts to obtain its often damning reports.
The state Supreme Court kept two state bans in place after Kentucky voters signaled support for abortion rights at the ballot box last November.
Victories in several states this year have abortion rights advocates looking at where they can next take the fight directly to voters.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The ACLU is suing the state over a six-week ban on abortions, citing Georgia's constitutional right to privacy. Listen in to our special panel examine the state constitution's history and its potential relevance to future high-profile cases.
A Fulton County judge could soon decide whether to once again temporarily block Georgia’s six-week abortion ban, which a federal appeals court allowed to take effect last month.
Today on Political Rewind: The three men who murdered Ahmaud Arbery will face a judge again today. Plus, Sen. Raphael Warnock's push to cap insulin at $35 monthly for everyone is blocked by Republicans. Also, the ACLU's challenge to Georgia's six-week abortion ban heads to court today.
The actor made the pledge as she ended her marriage to Johnny Depp, saying she would split $7 million between the ACLU and a children's hospital. Depp's defamation case against Heard is ongoing.
The abortion pill mifepristone was approved in 2000 but still faces layers of restrictions. Advocates want the FDA to permanently allow patients to receive the pill by mail instead of in person.
A Southern California community grapples with the legacy of being secretly surveilled by the FBI. Twenty years later, the matter is a legal fight that has reached the Supreme Court.
Immigration advocates had put their lawsuit on hold to give the Biden administration time to phase out the Trump-era Title 42 measure. But they say they're tired of waiting.
The ACLU wants the Biden administration to close dozens of immigration detention facilities, citing the historically low number of immigrants in detention and the high cost of paying for empty beds.
Georgia's new hate crimes law goes into effect this week. It means stiffer penalties for violence against a person based on things such as race,...
Civil rights groups want Gov. Brian Kemp to veto a bill that establishes penalties for anyone who commits a crime against first responders, including...
On this edition of Political Rewind, the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia has filed a lawsuit asking the federal court to block implementation...