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Thursday, February 11, 2016


By failing to accept some of the terms of the decree, Ferguson may now be slapped with a federal lawsuit.

New Hampshire voters turned out in large numbers and sent a message to both parties: it is time for change.

“The residents of Ferguson have suffered the deprivation of their constitutional rights, the rights guaranteed to all Americans, for decades. They have waited decades for justice. They should not be forced to wait any longer.”

Refusing to release the videos of Clark’s death merely affirms the public’s distrust of police and state officials.

Flint may be years away from a solution to its current crisis, but in a few cities elsewhere in the country, there is, at least, a modicum of hope when it comes to developing ways to begin to address this country’s poisonous past.

A pioneering fieldwork study of mountain heights and boulders in West Antarctica supports computer predictions that global sea levels could rise steeply by 2080.

Intel, no flashy new startup, can now boast that women make the same pay for doing the same work as men.

What did you think of the Bernie Sanders and Larry David sketch?