At the risk of breaking protocol, Azita Raji urges Haley not to be an apologist for current policy.
The ACLU took in six times its annual standard in one weekend, as celebrities rallied to support the cause. Meanwhile, Kal Penn raised more than $500,000 for Syrian refugees.
More than 100 cases have been filed, and four federal judges have ruled against parts of the president's executive order.
From New York City's JFK to San Francisco's SFO, Americans came out en masse to show their support.
The likelihood of being killed by a Muslim is lower than being killed for being Muslim.
Groups including the ACLU, Sierra Club, Center for Media Justice and more ask the social media network to clarify its policies on removing posts.
Statistics have led to fears that we are now starting to see the true cost of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.
The decision was a victory for two former prisoners who say they were tortured in secret prisons abroad.
Davis served six days in prison for declining to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
The American Civil Liberties Union, which brought a complaint on the student's behalf, applauded the decision.
Plaintiffs are having a hard time challenging the intelligence agency in court.
ACLU files lawsuit against two psychologists responsible for CIA's use of brutal interrogation techniques such as waterboarding.
County Clerk Kim Davis is being sued for refusing to comply with the Supreme Court's decision on marriage equality.
The band seeks to counter an FBI report stating that its fans, known as Juggalos, are "a loosely organized hybrid gang."
Judge orders pictures of detainee abuse be released after a more than decade-long legal battle.
The Obama administration breaks a record for censoring the most government records requested through the Freedom of Information Act.
The CIA provides the technology for a plane-assisted fake cell tower surveillance program.
With little congressional involvement, the Justice Department is changing the rules about how law enforcement obtains warrants.
Obama administration wants clarification on a judge's ruling on the photos, but the ACLU claims it's a delaying tactic.
The fight over 2,100 pictures depicting U.S. military abuse of detainees reached "a line in the sand" for the presiding judge.