For the city of Baltimore, it’s been three long years since Freddie Gray’s death while in police custody was declared a homicide by Baltimore’s state attorney, Marilyn Mosby. After an internal investigation that included reviewing of police tape, the autopsy report, and interviewing multiple witness,
Courts should take responsibility for a fundamental question: whether current case law addressing the rights of homeless people rests upon fundamentally flawed assumptions.
Jaycee Dugard has filed suit against the U.S. government, alleging that the failure of law enforcement officers to adequately monitor her captor – a federal parolee – contributed to her nearly twenty-year confinement in a California backyard, during which time she endured multiple rapes. In
For the very first time, the Human Rights Council at the United Nations approved a resolution that condemns discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. The 47-member Human Rights Council voted 23 in favor and 19 against Friday, with 3 abstentions, for
Today, in Dharmsala, India, the Dalai Lama will make an unprecedented move in Tibetan politics by stepping down as the political leader of the “government-in-exile” by amending the Tibetan Constitution so as to devolve his authority to a newly elected representative. The Dalia Lama’s
The Irish do not have a legal right to an abortion except in cases to protect the life of the mother. Given that the punishment for an abortion is life in prison for both the woman and the doctor, one can imagine that it is