"The greatest menace to freedom is an inert people; that public discussion is a political duty; and that this should be a fundamental principle of the American government."—Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her 2012 book, 'My Own Words'
As psychologists who specialize in sexual trauma, we know the Justice Department's intervention is about more than taxpayer-funded protection of the president.
State Rep. Kevin McDugle said the death sentence of Richard Glossip was "perhaps the most unsettling" in Oklahoma due to inconsistent evidence given by a key witness.
Wanda Cooper-Jones has said that she doesn't approve of charitable organizations using her son's name or likeness without her approval.
Trump's 2016 Supreme Court list was crucial to his election. Now, he can make his new list even stronger.
The rapper unveiled 10 policy positions on Friday as he sought to get on the ballot in several states.
The motion alleged that Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman "abdicated his duties as a prosecutor and must be removed from the case."
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev originally received the death penalty for his role in the bombing of the 2013 Boston Marathon which killed three people.
Think more carefully about who the real agent for "change" is at the ballot box this November.
President Trump has turned the Justice Department into a cesspool of cronyism.
DOJ drops charges against Michael Flynn.
On what would have Ahmaud Arbery's 26th birthday, more than 690,000 sign a petition demanding for justice while others attend rallies in Georgia and Florida.
Weinstein's 23-year sentence was the outcome advocates for sexual assault survivors were "hoping for," said Scott Berkowitz, the president of the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network.
It's no coincidence that when human rights are undermined, the people who defend them are often attacked too.
Harry Dunn, 19, was killed when a car suspected to have been driven by Anne Sacoolas collided with his motorbike in the U.K. in August. She then returned to the U.S. claiming diplomatic immunity.
Austin lawyer Jamie Balagia, known as "DWI Dude" thanks to his history of defending people charged with drunken driving, was convicted on federal corruption charges for his plan to scam Colombian drug traffickers out of money.
Harvey Updyke, 71, is set to go on trial for failing to give full restitution to Alabama's Auburn University after confessing to poisoning the campus' iconic oak trees.
Under the Juvenile Justice Reform law, two Tennessee boys who admitted to raping a 15-year-old girl and filming the crime will spend six months in probation.
The Seattle, Washington Office of Professional Accountability (OPA) has cleared a Seattle Police Officer of wrongdoing in the killing of Iosia Faletogo in North Seattle, according to The Stranger.
Christopher W. Cleary is serving jail time for threatening a mass shooting in Utah. Appearing before a parole board, he said that loneliness spurred him to make the threats.
Civil courts are being used to strip people of their meager assets and keep them beholden to those with power and means. This has to change.
Forty-three states suspend or revoke driver's licenses for failure to pay court-imposed debt, which only further inhibits poor Americans' ability to come up with the cash.
"Last October, Jake Patterson took a lot of things that I love away from me."
"My primary interest is to pursue justice," Harris said. "And you can call that whatever name you want."
The minister is seen spraying herself with the perfume, saying: "Smells like democracy to me."
"You have a judge like T.S. Ellis, who looks at a defendant like Paul Manafort, sees someone rich, powerful, nearly 70 years old, and looks at a version himself," a former Justice Department official told MSNBC.
"I was confident in May of 2017 that we had ample facts to indicate that the president may have committed obstruction of justice," the former acting FBI director told MSNBC's "Morning Joe."