Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Outrage and disgust as charges dropped for Buffalo police officers who fractured skull of...

Despite the video evidence of the officers’ misconduct, a grand jury has dismissed the charges.

Police and bounty hunters sued after raiding wrong home

“If bail bondsman are allowed to do what our local police department can not do—and that is to enter a house without a warrant…from what I’m being told, it could be any house.”

Shell Oil defeated by Nigerian villagers in oil pollution case

“Finally, there is some justice for the Nigerian people suffering the consequences of Shell’s oil.”

Meet the trailblazing nuns who took on the patriarchy of the church in the...

A new documentary tells the story of the Los Angeles nuns who stood up for the people and faith they served, paying a high price for change.

Democratic legislators introduce COVID Whistleblower Protection Act

The bill seeks to institute stronger legal whistleblower protections for employees who work for entities that receive COVID-19 relief funds

Former California mayor charged in corruption probe

“No one is above the law. Public officials should be working to benefit the people, not their own bank account.”
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In powerful speeches to Congress, AOC & Rashida Tlaib demand accountability for Capitol attack

“Some are already demanding that we move on or, worse, attempting to minimize, discredit or belittle the accounts of survivors.”

Farmer protest: It seems India is at war with itself

The demonstrators are requesting that Mr. Modi repeal farming laws that would limit the public authority's job in horticulture and open more space for private financial specialists.

Indigenous peoples reclaim the National Bison Range

“We are such a place-based people. To have this land back, to be in control of it, is a fresh, new hope.”

New report shows persistent racial and ethnic disparities in youth incarcerations

While youth incarceration has dropped by almost half over the last decade, Back and American Indian youth are more likely to be incarcerated than white youth.