The court’s ruling could affect transgender students across the country who just want to use a bathroom they feel safe in.
As you probably know, high-stakes litigation isn’t cheap.
I mean, she’s literally the savior of all of our uteruses, people.
Glad to know SCOTUS keeps up with the Kardashians as well as the hot legal gossip.
Kody Brown is legally only married to one of his four “wives,” but says he’s “spiritually” married to the other three.
LGBTQ rights group Unibam, which first challenged the ancient law, made the initial announcement on Twitter, writing, “We won on all counts. Speechless. Omg. Speechless.”
There’s a myriad of reasons it’s so problematic for white opponents of affirmative action to use Asian-Americans, and stereotypes about them, for their own ends.
Anti-abortion regulations don’t even achieve conservatives’ goals, so basically, they’re shitty for everyone.
Hallelujah — no one in Washington will be turned down when they show up at the pharmacy asking for a pill to keep one night of unprotected sex from becoming…
This ruling could have huge implications for the future of gun control in America.
Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt is such a big deal because Texas is far from the only state to institute anti-abortion laws disguised as public health initiatives. …
While opponents of such policies consider it reverse racism (which, let’s be real, doesn’t exist), the Court declared that the college’s admission process complied with previous rulings. …