The author of The New Jim Crow says that it will take a grassroots movement to tackle our country's addiction to mass incarceration.
Because of a lethal injection drug shortage, some death penalty states have started tinkering with the drug cocktail used in the procedure. But in their rush to kill inmates, are officials breaking the law?
As the US Attorney purge scandal intensifies, new light is shed on federal prosecutors' struggles with the Justice Department over the death penalty.
Revelations of Colombian government collusion with paramilitary thugs ought to put the damper on President Bush's Latin American tour.
In a landmark ruling, Colombia's Constitutional Court has allowed
President Alvaro Uribe to seek a second term.
That's good news for the Bush Administration, which considers Uribe a
staunch ally. But others in Colombia are not so sure.
Efforts to suppress the sex ed curriculum in Maryland are working.
"Expert testimony" does not mean having a badge or a degree.