The New York Times has one of the saddest stories about modern racial bias I have ever read, as told by Ebbie Banks, a black 17-year-old from Palo Alto, California: I tutored a kid. This little black He
Police brutality is an ugly term we don't want to hear. Unfortunately, it's part of the necessary and sometimes nasty business called policing. Fortunately, it rarely occurs. But when it does -- it's news.
The ability to buy the opiate antidote without a prescription is a big step toward cutting down heroin-related deaths. Read: How to Make Drug Taking Better in 2016 Health officials in New York have announced
Gunfights and blockades of burning vehicles broke out Friday in the border city of Reynosa leaving at least three dead, Mexican authorities said. The government of the border state of Tamaulipas said police
In October, when Gov. Jerry Brown signed three bills establishing a statewide system to regulate medicinal cannabis, he called it a long-overdue framework that would "make sure patients have access to
Thirteen women came forward to accuse former police officer Daniel Holtzclaw of misconduct. Why aren't more people outraged? On Monday, November 2, the Daniel Holtzclaw trial commenced in Oklahoma City,
They are well-known and respected in Chicago's legal community, but whether members of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's new policing task force will be able to repair the fractured relationship between the Chicago
Chicago (CNN) — How do you make sure police officers are held accountable if most of their full disciplinary records are no longer available? That question is at the center of what might be the next big