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Thanks to the revolution in digital technology, privacy is about to go the way of the eight-track player.
As of last year, the university had $8 million invested in Corrections Corporation of America, as well as shares in other private security firms.
New legislation in the Senate is a first step to giving the more than 70 million Americans with criminal records a second chance.
These well-meaning changes will simply reproduce racial inequality.
Cities nationwide are criminalizing black people to pay the bills.
In 1971, I helped burglarize an FBI office and leaked documents that exposed J. Edgar Hoover’s abuses of power. Here’s what that experience taught me.
And what happens when the problem escapes from behind bars.
Washington is providing equipment and training to compromised agencies—at the same time that it’s tracking their close ties to organized crime.
A win for the Edward Snowden documentary is a win for democracy.
The verdict by twelve New York City jurors may have wounded the PA and the PLO, but it cannot slow the drive for Palestinian rights.