Recently fired former VUMC employee files FMLA suit

Suit comes on heels of attorneys saying they would look into VUMC firings' involvement of race, age, use of FMLA More

Rep. Jim Cooper proposes amending U.S. Constitution to protect voting rights

Congressman plans to introduce amendment later this year to grant nationwide constitutional right to vote More

Tennessee Supreme Court hears arguments on voter ID law

Civil rights attorney George Barrett represents Memphis, which last year dispersed library cards as photo IDs More

Weekly Obsession: Our obsessions, from Powers Boothe to secession

Nashville is rich with enough stories for century’s-worth of primetime drama, and we’re obsessed with them all More

Appeals court upholds voter ID law, drawing mixed reaction

Decision overturns lower court’s decision on validity of library cards but upholds decision on constitutionality    More

Metro turns 50: Contentious election merges city, county governments

Reworking how Nashville was governed led to far-reaching effects   More

Weekly Obsession: A rose for The Citizen

Complaint filed last week appears to be first time reality show has been defendant in discrimination suit More

Local pair sues ABC's 'The Bachelor' for discrimination

Racial discrimination complaint claims ABC, others intentionally excluded “people of color” from lead role More

Lincoln Davis sues state, claims he was 'unlawfully purged' from voter rolls

Former state representative estimates 70,000 purged voters in state might have been in same situation More

What happens with charges in wake of Occupy Nashville arrests remains in question

District Attorney's office, which has authority to dismiss citations, is reviewing the cases More
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