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The American Staff
An ode to Robert L. Heilbroner, who died on January 4.
As we start a new war, it's worth considering the question now.
As long as the Baby Boomers are around (and maybe even after they're gone) the battles of the 1960s will be replayed over and over.
When North Carolina's Republican lawmakers repealed the Racial Justice Act, those on death row who were wrongfully convicted lost a crucial tool for getting a second chance.
If settlements for police misconduct on citizens came out of the funding for police, incidents of abuse would be reduced, experts say.
Defeating rogue groups requires effective, representative governments in the states they occupy.