Friday, February 21, 2014
The Atlantic's Friedersdorf laments seemingly short sentences for duo of Dodgers fans who beat an opposing fan nearly to death.
NYPD spied on Muslims in New Jersey for which the "likely explanation...was to locate budding terrorist conspiracies," which a federal judge says doesn't violate their civil rights.
Arizona businesses can now thumb their noses at gay would-be patrons, if religiously inclined to do so.
South Dakota House agrees on bill to prohibit gender-based abortions.
Federal judge draws line between lying and coercing during police interrogations.