Thursday Apr 10
Animal Rights Groups Oppose $25M Fee Request in Circus Litigation
Lawyers for animal rights groups that unsuccessfully sued the producer of the Ringling Bros.
Suppressing the Black Diaspora at Stanford
Recently Stanford University joined the last of colleges embroiled in debates about free speech, hate speech, and homosexuality.
South Africans remember Sharpeville massacre
The image of the ANC's gun carrying member in Bekkersdal proves the party's message is one of violence and intolerance, writes Anneke Scheepers .
The Hartford Courant
'Aid-In-Dying' Photo Display Returning To Capitol After ACLU Protests Its Removal
Photos of people who support "aid-in-dying" legislation - removed abruptly last month from the wall of the tunnel between the state Capitol and the Legislative Office Building - can be put back up Thursday, after the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut raised constitutional questions.
M.I.A Pokes Fun at NFL Lawsuit by Asking Madonna for $16 Million on Twitter
Rapper M.I.A. continues to be in a legal battle with the NFL over her impromptu gesture of flipping the bird during the 2012 Super Bowl halftime show alongside Madonna during their performance of "Give Me All Your Luvin'."
Video: Having a whale of a time in Lewes and spreading a serious message
The 17ft long inflatable was at Cliffe Bridge as part of a 'Whale Trail' promoting last weekend's WhaleFest in Brighton.