Brianna Provenzano
Brianna Provenzano

The Masterpiece Cakeshop owner is suing for discrimination again — this time over a trans woman

The new suit alleges that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission “will not rest until Phillips either closes Masterpiece Cakeshop or agrees to violate his religious beliefs.”

ACLU: Immigration Services conspired with ICE to “trap” migrants at visa interview

The internal emails show that ICE agents went so far as to specifically request that the timing of the interviews and subsequent arrests be carefully coordinated so as not to attract media attention.

Americans are mostly united on not wanting blueprints for 3D-printed guns online

Americans are in rare agreement: Don’t make the blueprints for 3D-printed guns available online.

The #GrabYourWallet co-founder is mobilizing thousands against Twitter over its Alex Jones policy

“If Alex Jones walked into a department store and started ranting about mass shootings being hoaxes, nobody would question that store’s right to throw him out.”

While You Weren’t Looking: 5 stories from the Trump administration that aren’t about Space Force

The death toll in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria has surged, a shadowy triumvirate is reportedly running the show at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and asbestos is back, baby.

In outraged ruling, judge blocks deportations of asylum seekers facing domestic and gang violence

The plaintiffs of a lawsuit filed by the ACLU are now temporarily protected from deportation while a federal judge considers their case.

Children found on New Mexico compound were being trained to commit school shootings

Police initially began looking into the compound as part of an investigation into Siraj Wahhaj, suspected of abducting his then-3-year-old son.

Parkland gunman Nikolas Cruz gives haunting confession in newly released video

The disturbing footage was released two days after a partial audio transcript of the same interview.

The ACLU is suing Jeff Sessions over the Trump administration’s asylum policies

The lawsuit specifically calls into question policies enacted by Attorney General Jeff Sessions in June that seek to ramp up deportations and expedite removal proceedings for immigrants.

Missouri voters just killed the state’s “right-to-work” law in a landslide

In a sharp rebuke of anti-labor policies, Missouri residents on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted down Proposition A.

Report: White House readying policy to make it harder for legal immigrants to become citizens

According to NBC, the White House Office of Management and Budget is currently reviewing a version of a new immigration proposal.

Parkland shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz told police a “demon” in his head ordered school shooting

“Kill me,” Nikolas Cruz, 19, reportedly muttered to himself after the detective who had been interviewing him briefly stepped out of the room. “Just (expletive) kill me. (expletive).”

ICE detains teenage DACA recipient in connection to “Occupy ICE” protests

Sergio Salazar, 18, is a recent high school graduate who was detained by ICE and questioned by the FBI in connection to nonviolent "Occupy ICE" protests he participated in.

How states are working to dismantle the “deportation pipeline”

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is the latest blue-state governor to offer pardons to immigrants facing deportation as a result of past criminal convictions.

Deadline to reunite immigrant families arrives, but a “serious situation” remains at the border

As the government struggles to reunite all of the children separated from their parents, the U.S. is "failing in a crisis it created."

Lawsuit moves to keep the blueprints for 3D printed guns off the web

Thanks to a legal settlement reached by the Trump administration in April, a company seeking to post the blueprints for 3D-printed firearms online might soon be able to do so.

Pablo Villavicencio, the pizza deliveryman detained by ICE, freed by federal judge

At the time of his detention, Villavicencio had been in the process of obtaining legal status by way of a “petition for alien relative,” which he had submitted in February.

Steep obstacles loom as second deadline to reunite immigrant families nears

It seems likely that the government will only be able to reunite about half of the children that a federal judge ordered be reunited by July 26.

Planned Parenthood sues Idaho over abortion-reporting law that “shames” patients

The law requires abortion providers to report on complications that result from abortion, and to record personal information about the people who undergo the procedure.

Federal judge temporarily halts deportations of separated immigrant families

In his order, U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw granted a stay on deportations until at least July 23.