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Americans are justifiably upset about the NSA’s sweeping domestic surveillance. But we should be just as concerned about spying on foreigners.
In a world without privacy, there are no exemptions for our spies.
A bipartisan bill would end the NSA’s bulk data collection as we know it.
At the International Drug Policy Reform Conference in Colorado, activists from all over the world celebrated recent wins and made plans for the future.
Supporters of “enhanced interrogation” tout dubious claims of its effectiveness but ignore two cases where it failed to thwart terrorism.
People like Luis Rivera are being locked out of the formal workforce forever thanks to one youthful mistake.
It has something to do with the $1.7 billion they made off the privatized incarceration industry just last year.
A Federal appeals court has put a stay on crucial reforms to the NYPD’s controversial policy—but will next week’s mayoral election render the stay moot?
The FBI employs the same repressive tactics as the NYPD in its broad surveillance of Muslim communities. Why does the FBI get a pass?