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CrowdJustice’s goal is simple – revolutionize how legal cases are organized and funded, level the playing field and democratize access to justice.
On Monday, the Supreme Court agreed with a lower court that North Carolina legislators had improperly taken race into account when they redrew the lines of two congressional districts
Tomoya Hosoda has taken part in various campaigns to raise the profile of LGBTQ in his country.
For the next month, cryptographically unique coupons representing an undisclosed number of Jordanian dinars will be sent to dozens of shops in five refugee camps across the nation.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators, alarmed at what they see as a dangerous assault on the environment by the Trump administration, poured into the streets here on Saturday to…
The European Union has launched a legal action against Hungary in a deliberate swipe at a country that stands accused by many in Brussels of backsliding on its commitments…
Some have wine; some have a set agenda; all are scheming how to fight against this presidency.
One of the Trump administration’s major foes, civil rights organization plans to leverage cities’ authority to protect undocumented immigrants from deportation
A game-changing federal court ruling orders Wisconsin to redraw legislative district lines that unfairly and unconstitutionally favor Republicans.
Masto’s victory makes her the first Latina senator.
Fully 56 percent of registered Democrats, including 52 percent of Clinton supporters, view socialism favorably according to a recent NY Times/CBS News poll.
Americans placed their faith in Barack Obama, turning their backs on a past of slavery and segregation and electing the first African-American to the US presidency.
In his inaugural address, Mandela, who spent 27 years of his life as a political prisoner of the South African government, declared that “the time for the healing of…
In the year 507 B.C., the Athenian leader Cleisthenes introduced a system of political reforms that he called demokratia, or “rule by the people.”