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With so many candidates to choose from, why not put your money behind more than one?
Police-worn body cameras have proven valuable in holding police accountable, but are we ready for this type of surveillance technology in other sectors of our society, like our schools?
Despite headlines highlighting spikes in crime across the U.S, statistical data shows most cities are enjoying the lowest crime rates in more than half a century.
Even the men and women who have been implementing solitary confinement across the country for the past decades have come to realize that it is both unlawful and immoral.
Our latest Fair Courts E-Lert highlights President Obama's impact on the bay area courts, A New Mexico Supreme Court ruling in a retention election case, and more.
Until it filed for bankruptcy, no one knew if the nation’s second-largest coal producer was spending anything on politics.
The influence of technology companies on surveillance policy decisions, like the recent arming of drones in North Dakota, has serious consequences for our civil liberties.
It’s been 95 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment, but women’s voting rights remain under threat.
Just because he’s leading in the polls, there’s no reason to give Trump so much attention.