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“I killed the thing that almost killed me,” said Kirk Bloodsworth, who faced execution in Maryland, the latest state to outlaw capital punishment.
Search engine executives warn about invasive government surveillance, but the digital arms trade begins with their own technologies.
America's military-masculinity complex is generating violence on a mass scale—at home.
A GAO examination of the Independent Foreclosure Review reveals massive levels of incompetence and negligence.
Gay rights advocates were hoping that the Court would issue a broad ruling, but the justices seem most concerned with issues of standing.
A just solution to the conflict—whether it results in one state or two—would dismantle those institutions that privilege any ethnic, religious or national group.
He may have been a dominant, charismatic leader, but Chavismo is an internally diverse, deeply rooted movement that will not disappear anytime soon.
Two years after the Arab Spring came to Bahrain, protesters are still fighting rampant human rights abuses—a bloody battle that isn't likely to end anytime soon.
The memorial to Parks turned her into a meek and redemptive figure—instead of the radical freedom fighter she was until the end of her life.
Remembering the French resistance spy, diplomat, Buchenwald survivor and human rights defender.