Civil liberties groups asked a federal appeals court in Manhattan Tuesday to again strike down as unconstitutional a portion of a law used by the government to justify the collection and storage of Americans’ phone records.
Newark could be the first city in NJ to implement a municipal ID program.
A civil rights group sued the federal government Thursday to try to force it to turn over information about airport “behavior detection” programs designed to spot passengers who are potential threats, saying they lead to discrimination.
The U.S. Army has agreed to “fully recognize” the new legal names of two transgender military veterans, the New Jersey chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union said Tuesday.
A Sikh college student claims the U.S. Army is barring him from the Reserve Officer Training Corps unless he violates his religious beliefs by removing his turban, shaving and cutting his hair.
Nearly 4,000 marriage licenses have been issued to same-sex couples in New Jersey since the state Supreme Court cleared the way for gay marriages one year ago.
The sign in front of Bound Brook High School says ‘Enter To Learn’ but it should specify, ‘only if you live within district limits.’
Connecting to the web on the road is a convenience that could be harming us. What is saved and shared has people concerned.
The ACLU legal director in New Jersey has sent a letter to the school calling for the flag to be allowed.
U.S. District Judge William Pauley says the program “represents the government’s counter-punch” to eliminate al-Qaida’s terror network by connecting fragmented and fleeting communications.
The ruling Thursday from Mercer County Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson moves the state a step closer to start recognizing same-sex nuptials on Oct. 21.
Think about everywhere you drove on Wednesday — to work, the gym, daycare. Now consider this: a new report says thanks to a growing web of cameras, police keep track of your every move.
The Supreme Court has issued a pair of significant but incomplete victories for supporters of gay marriage.
New Jersey’s plans to award more than $11 million to an all-male Jewish school and Princeton Theological Seminary violates state law and should be stopped, civil liberties groups said in a complaint filed Monday.
The proposed regulations would ban overly saggy pants, going shirtless and walking with bare feet on the boardwalk.