More than half the $100 million a year Los Angeles spends combatting homelessness goes to the police, who use it to patrol homeless communities and put people in jail.
The lack of evidence that Malaysia has taken steps against slavery raises the possibility that the decision was made for purely political reasons.
The Department of Homeland Security has used social media to closely track activists.
In a petition filed Friday, attorneys for three men on Oklahoma's death row show why each case reveals the death penalty to be cruel and unusual punishment.
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The historical records of American phone calls showing who called who, when, and for how long will be put out of the reach of analysts on November 29.
After a long and storied career as a small-arms dealer, Ori Zoller shows up as a middleman in Hacking Team sales.