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Yesterday, the city took their fight to keep the controversial policy to a federal appeals court—and civil rights advocates pushed back.
Let’s put an end to the “war on drugs” that has ruined so many lives.
Paul Butler used to send people to prison for drugs. Now he supports letting guilty drug offenders go.
Two critical institutions of American liberalism just celebrated birthdays. Here’s wishing them many happy returns.
For decades, Native Americans have fought to change the NFL team’s name. Now, finally, there’s a groundswell for change.
The devaluation of “content” is bad for readers and for democracy.
Confucius Institutes censor political discussions and restrain the free exchange of ideas. Why, then, do American universities sponsor them?
Emily Brady’s Humboldt explains why the legalization of pot could cause the biggest economic bust in California’s history.
How police across the country are using civil asset forfeiture to seize people’s houses, cars and cash to make money for their departments.
How can the president and Senator Feinstein claim ignorance on the NSA’s surveillance of German Chancellor Angela Merkel?
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