Dear Senator Marco Rubio and Governor Rick Scott, I’m asking you to take a moral stand against bullying, and health care
Please bare with me a bit, English is not my strong suit. I wanted to write when I heard American television was airing segments
On the evening of December 22, Martin Gottesfeld entered the 81st day of a hunger strike in prison and took his last voluntary
U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz's office "overstepped its bounds" in pursuing federal charges, the ruling said.
Martin Gottesfeld’s hunger strike on behalf of children abused in American institutions, and adults being prosecuted by U.S
Instead of the familiar story of flappers, jazz clubs and gangsters, Harvard historian McGirr argues that Prohibition's greatest legacy was an expansion of government crime fighting. She sees in Prohibition the roots of an expanded prison system, a more aggressive F.B.I. and a more powerful state.
Its vague wording often leads to outlandish maximum sentences for hackers -- and some lawmakers want them to be even stricter.
At the heart of the Muzzles is a simple but powerful idea: "Congress" -- and all levels of government, thanks to the 14th Amendment -- "shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press."
The case, believed to be the first corporate espionage case involving two professional sports teams, sparked rounds of social
I never met Edward Snowden, but I did know quite a bit about Aaron Swartz. In fact, he worked for me, for a period of time, a few years ago. And he was brilliant, as you'll see for yourself. I'm sure that whatever this film may say about him, it can barely do justice to what a special human being he was.