Abercrombie & Fitch seems to have some serious issues understanding and accommodating people with disabilities. Just one of the retailer's many many downfalls in life.
The Anoka-Hennepin School District is paying a high school student's family $25,000 in a settlement after two teachers made his perceived sexual orientation into a class joke.
One Duluth tourist store apparently thought visitors would love to take home a souvenir t-shirt making fun of drunk American Indians they saw on their trip.
David Byrne has a wonderful four-song EP for download benefiting Amnesty International highlighted by an amazing live version of My Life in the Bush of Ghosts' "Help Me Somebody," converting a song based on samples to a live vocal jam. There's also a superior version of "One Fine Day," from his stil ... More >>
Top Pentagon lawyer Alberto Mora risked his career arguing against Guantánamo abuses. Now he's an Obama man.
Local physician and author Steve Miles examines the forensic record of U.S. abuses in Iraqi prisons
Animosity between residents of a small east metro town leaves them stuck with each other
Online Exclusive: The new book by CP contributor Elaine Cassel details the U.S. government's war on terror and on its own citizens
Why is the city's civil rights office such a chronic mess?
Congress thinks the RAVE Act is a natural high for the War on Drugs. But ravers aren't smiling.
One woman's memories of war and dreams of peace
On the eve of the U of M's hockey championship, Castro came calling
Coming to a capitol near you: The Patriot Act Junior
Minnesota's Male Immigrants Ready For A Broad Justice-department Sweep
In Minneapolis this year's election features a bumper crop of gay candidates
Some hailed firefighters Julie Tossey and Kathleen O'Connor as symbols of a new era in gender equality in St. Paul. But others--including their own union--wanted to see their dreams go up in smoke.
Are prayer sessions at a local Ford dealership protected by the U.S. Constitution?
Dodging hyperbole and herbicide in Colombia with U.S. Sen. Paul Wellstone
Keep your laws off my potty: A restroom refusenik's crusade for modesty at Southwest High School
Libyan dissenters worldwide build a virtual headquarters--on a local public-access server
Gay Republicans invite themselves to the party
What makes a homo feel at home?
As the Legislature reconvenes, activists and lawmakers reframe the sodomy issue.
The MCLU appears poised to flOut findings by its parent organization charging the chapter with electoral impropriety.
Student-teacher Amrit Chauhan promised his class at Murray Junior High he'd be honest about himself. But telling the kids he's gay might have cost him his teaching certificate.
The Minnesota Civil Liberties Union may have violated state nonprofit laws according to its parent organization, The ACLU. Critics in the local group want a new board election.
The state Supreme Court is expected to rule on whether vulgar language alone can constitute sexual harassment
Six more years--of what?
A Global Win for Greens
The neo-liberal creed: We're tired of feeling your pain.
Why are businesses spying on their own employees more and more? Because they can.