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The TSA has been spying on air travelers, even if they aren’t suspected criminals or on terror watch lists.
Some headlines seem more sympathetic to white perpetrators of mass violence than black victims of police shootings.
Data is easy to misuse. Sadly, it’s also easy to fabricate.
But we also believe strongly that Federal criminal justice legislation would be an important, strong step forward for our
Large denomination bills help facilitate the transfer and concealment of sizable amounts of money. Much of this illicit money can be stored offshore in international banks where it can be kept secure and hidden from the law.
It is a rather unusual scene that appears to be a mirage in the hot Negev desert. In southern Israel, prison inmates from local jails can be seen every week, walking wheelchair-bound adults from a rehabilitative village for the severely disabled.
Junot Díaz, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Diego Luna, Demián Bichir, Mario Vargas Llosa and 62 others came together to blast the candidate.
Roxane Gay recently wrote a blistering column for the New York Times about indicted mass murderer Dylann Roof in which she declared unequivocally that she couldn't forgive him though other people have.
Now, both are awful -- I wouldn't recommend either for a leisurely afternoon. However, the difference is in how they're bad.
I surrendered to the U.S. Marshals Service after a week of constructively avoiding the FBI while I negotiated (through my attorney mostly, though at times in joint conference calls) with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York.
Sean explores his paternal ancestry focusing on his Hayes line, and that leads him via Chicago and Dublin back to Ballylongford in County Kerry. What will he learn there? Check out this exclusive video provided by TLC to get a taste:
The front pages of newspapers teach us all too often that the "nice guy" we thought so much of actually wasn't so nice. But how did they become that way? Was it because of work or were they always that way?
Arlena Lindley’s boyfriend Alonzo Turner beat her for months and murdered her child — so why was she sent to prison for 45
Crime does not polarize so conveniently into black and white. Rather, it is liminal. It can live and breathe in the spaces between good and bad -- on cusps and thresholds and borders -- which troubles us because, while we can instantly identify crime as a "bad" thing, we want so badly to believe that those who commit it are just as easily recognizable.
What can be done about homeless people, those poor, sick, jobless souls who just can’t seem to get their acts together and
The sociopath can be thought of as the rudimentary or undeveloped psychopath. The psychopath simply cannot form emotional bonds with humans. They lack empathy. They're skilled at behaving the way they should, but inside they're empty.
Those most deadly to us are those we cannot easily identity as masterminds. Normal people can become evil, and evil people can look normal.
Rep. Marino took the opportunity at a DEA hearing to speak out about a DEA official's accusation that Marino supports criminals.
Rage has no brain. Rage doesn't stop to think about consequences. Rage acts first and thinks later. It cannot be "treated" punitively.