The ACLU, which has opposed only four Supreme Court nominees in its 100-year history, may come out against its first non-white male nominee should U.S. Circuit Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett remain at the top of President Donald Trump's list of potential nominees.
The ACLU of Michigan is calling on the facility to provide free cups to prisoners in order to minimize the spread of the coronavirus.
The Smith County Board of Education admitted incorporating official prayer into school events, proselytizing students and subjecting them to displays of religious iconography in classrooms.
In the wake of the shooting of Jacob Blake and the killing of two protesters, the ACLU has called for "the immediate resignation of Kenosha Police Chief Daniel Miskinis and Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth."
The case outcome could affect up to 800,000 potential voters in a state that Trump only won by 113,000 votes in 2016.
"Dismantle DHS" is just as silly as "Abolish ICE" and "Defund the Police."
Some commenters on the U.S. Army's Esports team were banned from the team's Twitch channel and Discord server room after asking about U.S. war crimes.
Immigration workers are being forced to break with America's "tradition as a refuge for the persecuted," the National CIS Council 119 said.
President Donald Trump said he will take action to ban the Chinese-owned video app over what he says are security and censorship concerns.
"We'll be back before the Supreme Court soon to put a stop to Trump's xenophobic border wall once and for all," said ACLU attorney Dror Ladin on Friday.
The ACLU asked a federal court to sanction and hold in contempt federal agents with the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Marshals Service for violating a temporary restraining order.
Despite the swift passage, the American Civil Liberties Union said the bill "misses the mark" in effecting necessary police reform.
Members of Insurgence USA and Utah Citizens' Alarm both staged demonstrations on Wednesday.
Top Oregon lawmakers warned President Trump that federal troops should leave Portland amid reports that unidentified officers were arresting protesters who were nowhere near federal buildings.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Marshals over alleged violent conduct towards protesters and journalists in Portland, Oregon.
The nonprofit advocacy group issued its remarks after the president told a reporter that "more white people" had died at the hands of police.
Department posted body cam footage on YouTube where woman gave out her personal information even though she was not arrested.
The ACLU's case also claims that on June 14, Fort Wayne police officers dragged protesters out of private businesses where they had sought shelter from the gas and other police weapons.
"I never thought I'd have to explain to my daughters why Daddy got arrested," Robert Williams has said.
The revised procedures would allow judges to deny claims to entire groups of people without ever giving them court hearings.
Connecticut is one of 18 states that allows trans athletes to compete without restrictions alongside other members of their shared gender identity.
Aimee Stephens, a transgender woman at the center of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, died on Tuesday.
Only 1.38 percent of all ICE detainees have been tested for coronavirus out of a total nationwide population of 30,307 detainees, according to information released Tuesday.
"Governors, sheriffs, prosecutors, and the president have the power, and responsibility, to save lives," said ACLU Deputy Political Director Udi Ofer.
The ACLU sued the D.C. Department of Corrections Monday for alleged "flagrant disregard of basic public health measures to limit the spread and severity of a COVID-19 outbreak inside the D.C. Jail."
Over-crowded and understaffed prison facilities offer a perfect environment for COVID-19 to spread quickly, with potentially devastating results.
"People who are at risk of illness or death from COVID-19 should be released," said ACLU senior staff attorney Eunice Cho.
"Records that have been created from, for example, the beginning of the Trump administration, are now perhaps in great danger of being destroyed," said ACLU Senior Staff Attorney Eunice Cho.
The Cobb County Adult Detention Center has disputed the accusations, saying that inmates in the impacted housing block were moved from the area shortly after reporting a "slight odor" coming from the water.