An Ohio family “returned” their adopted son after nine years. Brent Almond takes issue with that.
Jeremy John was sent to prison for six months for civil disobedience. This is what he said to the judge at his sentencing.
The Philadelphia Police Advisory Commission, which had no representative testify at a body camera hearing, awaits full-time leader.
Philadelphia is among two dozen cities aiming to halt the revised travel ban.
Sometimes the best sentence is compassion.
What is the right response for men when you encounter a helpless person?
The offer to assist the F.B.I is less about a desire to help the government and more about ensuring that a dangerous precedent isn’t set.
Fifty years ago, at 14 years old, Harold Kooden followed a man into the park for a potential hookup. After finally making a move, Harold was immediately arrested. Harold–and a judge–later realized it was police entrapment.
Watching his grandfather suffer from spiritual torture he learned how religion could be a double edged sword.
This Comment of the Day was by Cornelius Walker on the post Are Victims Obligated to Tell Their Stories a Certain Way?
Whether or not the climate in Arizona is becoming more progressive, the passage of SB 1070 contained a chilling anti-immigrant subtext, and has had larger ramifications for the rest of the country.
Former Public Defender Aaron Thomas shares tips on how to stay out of jail.
Sexist Happy Meals, super grandparents, and QBs ranked by marketability: the 10 at 10.