Activists mark 65th anniversary of landmark school desegregation case: ‘There’s always more we can...
This Friday, May 17, marks 65 years since the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its historic decision in Brown v. Board of Education, finally desegregating America's public schools. In the two generations since then,...
The bill passed 117-76.
The state ACLU has gone from opposed to neutral on a propose "red flag law."
Considering these cases, the exorbitant legal fees similar lawsuits demanded, and the Speaker’s insistence that HB321 should be understood as a crime bill, it is only appropriate that HB321 be re-referred to the Judiciary Committee for the legal ramifications of this bill to be thoroughly considered.
The U.S. needs to prioritize its prevention for the benefit of all, regardless of gender, a scholar suggests.
The constitutional amendment pins crime victims rights against the rights of the accused.
This week on the Capital-Star, we're exploring the idea of due process and how it intersects with state government — from legislation to investigations of state lawmakers. Have a thought? Let us know at...
Diversity and inclusion go both ways. Institutions must provide us with the same access to opportunities, and we must be prepared to step up and take on those roles for the sake of our communities.
Commonwealth statute regarding who can officiate a wedding — and legally sign a marriage certificate — is narrow and at the same time confusing.
There are many misunderstandings around Ramadan. A scholar explains the religious observance and its spiritual significance.