A recent federal court decision about accidental cellphone dialing, known popularly as “butt dialing,” raises some interesting privacy issues that could affect millions of people.
This week marks the anniversary of the odd, tragic story of Silas Deane, a Founding Father who was later banned from America and died under mysterious circumstances.
A Michigan group wants to “use an eraser” on the state’s constitution to wipe out clauses invalidated by federal laws and court decisions. So how unusual is that?
On July 26, 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans With Disabilities Act, a landmark law made possible by one pioneering activist.
On July 26, 1925, about five days after the famous Scopes Monkey trial, the famed orator and political William Jennings Bryan died after a lunchtime meal. Bryan had technically won the trial that defined the end of his public career, which had started 35 years earlier.