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Ibragim Todashev.  (Photo courtesy: Orange County, Fla. PD)

ACLU Asks For Probes Into Shooting Of Chechen

Ibragim Todashev was killed in May while being questioned by FBI agents, Massachusetts state troopers and others.

07/22/2013

Aaron Hernandez arrested at his home in North Attleboro, June 26, 2013. (Photo courtesy: Boston Globe-George Rizer)

ACLU: Aaron Hernandez Isolation Raises Issues With Solitary Confinement

The ACLU has published a blog titled, “Aaron Hernandez Is Now Locked Alone Inside a Room the Size of a Parking Spot.”

07/08/2013

Panhandling. (CBS)

ACLU Sues Worcester Over New Anti-Panhandling laws

The city passed the local laws in January to outlaw certain types of panhandling, including soliciting money from motorists while standing in the street.

05/13/2013

Surveillance camera

Privacy Advocates Concerned Over Push For Increased Surveillance

While more cameras sounds like a great idea, some fear our need to feel safe may come at a high cost.

05/03/2013

Boston College

BC Threatens To Punish Students For Handing Out Condoms On Campus

Boston College is threatening to punish a group of students who are giving out condoms in their dorms and on campus sidewalks.

03/27/2013

(Photo by Evan Agostini/Getty Images)

Cranston, RI Schools End Father-Daughter Dances After ACLU Complaint

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung says he’s “utterly disappointed” the school district ended the gender-based events after the American Civil Liberties Union sent a letter of complaint.

09/18/2012

(Photo credit NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/GettyImages)

Why Employers Want Your Facebook Password

Employers are asking workers and potential hires for passwords to social media pages so they can learn more of them.

06/05/2012

A Lynn English student was told she was not allowed to wear this shirt at school.

Lynn Mayor, ACLU Defend Student Who Wore ‘Lesbian’ Shirt To School

A Lynn English sophomore wore a t-shirt that says “all the cool girls are lesbians” at school.

03/13/2012

Dan Rea

NightSide – Kade Crockford Joined Dan Rea To Discuss Street Cameras

Are We Really Ready To Crack Down On Pre-Crime?

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–02/13/2012

Jonathan Doyle tried to enter New Hampshire Supreme Court in a Bigfoot costume. (Photo Credit: Carl Stevens/WBZ NewsRadio 1030)

NH Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Bigfoot

The New Hampshire Supreme Court is ruling in favor of “Bigfoot’s” right to romp around Mount Monadnock and against a state regulation governing special events at parks.

01/13/2012

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