Compulsory Vaccinations Don’t Violate Kid’s Rights, Says Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court has chosen to ignore a case challenging the New York public school vaccination requirement, which makes it mandatory to vaccinate children before they attend public school. As The Free Thought Project […]

“The Queen of Ivory” Arrested in Tanzania

A woman who has been nicknamed “the queen of ivory” has been arrested by a special task force in Tanzania, with authorities saying she is the most important ivory trafficker to ever have been captured […]

US Visa Applicants Sue Government For Visa Bulletin Outrage

On September 28, 2015, several highly-skilled immigrant workers from India and China filed a federal class action lawsuit in the State of Washington against the U.S. Department of State (“DOS”) and U.S. Department of Homeland […]

Alabama Judges Avoid Gay Marriage with Segregation-Era Law

Judges in Alabama are citing a law that once preserved racial segregation in order to avoid issuing gay marriage licenses, reports ABC. Interracial marriage has been legal in the US since 1967 following a Supreme […]

Beware: Thailand Police Put Byte in Pirated Software

Thailand’s Economic Crime Suppression Division (ECSD) has launched a campaign to prevent computer software violations. As the Bangkok Post reports, many companies are using pirated software, and although some are unaware that this has been […]

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