When the U.S. Justice Department announced its plan to phase out the use of private prisons, it confirmed what critics have long known and many states are just beginning to comprehend: It doesn't pay to put this vital government function into the hands of profit-making ventures.
José "Pepe" Fanjul’s office says his Klan-connected long-time executive assistant, Chloe Black, is away on vacation this week. Black, 64, is the wife of Stormfront founder, Stephen Don Black. This appears to be a working family vacation.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has asked a federal court to deny an attempt by Florida’s Collier County Public Schools to dismiss a SPLC lawsuit charging that the school district has illegally barred immigrant children with limited English skills from enrolling in high school.
The Alabama Court of the Judiciary heard testimony today in a trial to determine whether state Chief Justice Roy Moore violated judicial ethics when he advised state officials to ignore federal court orders and uphold the state’s unconstitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
The anti-LGBT hate group Family Research Council is planning to announce legislation today pushing for the repeal of the amendment to the U.S. tax code that prohibits certain nonprofits and churches from weighing in on elections.
A Florida “constitutional sheriff” who three years ago unilaterally freed a man arrested by one of his deputies for carrying an illegal concealed weapon is facing renewed criticism after the man was charged with murder earlier this week.