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Some of the new Anti Abortion Laws are ridiculous. For example, If you are walking and trip and fall and have a miscarriage, you can be charged with Manslaughter! Check out the interview below and hear all the details.   

What do You think about the law that may pass that will give parents jail time or a $1000 fine, if their kids break the law?!

North Carolina’s anti-gay “bathroom bill” has been the center of a lot of controversy this year — and “The Daily Show” decided to put the bill to the test. The state’s discriminatory HB2 bill, which was passed in March, restricts transgender people from using the restroom that corresponds with their gender identity and also allows businesses […]

Take a moment to celebrate our four-legged friends following Montreal's ban on pit bull and pit bull-like dogs.

You’ve hit the streets. You’ve carried picket signs. You’ve joined choruses “No Justice, No Peace,” “I Can’t Breathe,” and even “Fight the Power.” You were angered…

ATLANTA– With an aim to empower residents of West Atlanta to handle everyday legal challenges, the Atlanta University Center Consortium will host the second annual Know Your Rights! Free Legal Information Forum. At the forum, experienced attorneys will share practical self-help tips on how to get a criminal record expunged, advocate for a child with […]

If you haven’t seen it, there’s a video circulating of Mike Brown’s stepfather, Louis Head standing outside the Ferguson, Mo., police headquarters shouting “Burn this…

While details about his immigration problems are unknown, Bey was scheduled to perform at the Together Boston festival on May 15. But, event organizers issued a statement saying he had to cancel his appearance. “We regret to inform you that due to immigration/legal issues Yasiin Bey is unable to enter back into the United States and his […]

The last abortion clinic in Rio Grande Valley, an area in the poorest part of Texas, closed its doors on Thursday evening following new legal…

President Obama signed legislation on Tuesday reducing longstanding federal sentencing disparities between those caught with crack and those arrested with powder cocaine, finalizing a bipartisan consensus addressing a racially polarizing law enforcement debate.