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Alex Jones Loses By Default In All Sandy Hook Defamation Lawsuits
The fact that the parents’ claims were not fully litigated means that important issues in the law of defamation remain unresolved.
Last Week’s Local Elex Results Send Mixed Signals About Where Democratic Party Is Headed
The national political climate shaped municipal races across the country and two key issues – crime and housing – galvanized voters, but in opposite directions.
Are People Lying More Since The Rise Of Social Media And Smartphones?
Some forms of technology seem to facilitate lying more than others.
Trial Of Ahmaud Arbery’s Accused Killers Will Scrutinize The Use—And Abuse—Of Outdated Citizen’s Arrest Laws
The defense is set to claim that the three men accused over death of unarmed Black man were trying to conduct a citizen’s arrest.
The Jan. 6 Committee Has The Right Idea: Now Congress Should Subpoena Zuckerberg
It’s time lawmakers take Facebook officials at their word and make clear that answering to the people’s representatives under oath is not optional.
How Many Lives Have Coronavirus Vaccines Saved? We Used State Data On Deaths And Vaccination Rates To Find Out
Clinical trials demonstrate how effective vaccines are individually, but the real world shows how effective they are at a population level.
How The Climate Crisis Is Transforming The Meaning Of ‘Sustainability’ In Business
Businesses tend to value profit over people and planet. Climate change is forcing them to evolve.
The Press Keeps Getting It Wrong: The Democrats Are NOT Divided
Just a few members out of the hundreds of Democrats elected to the House and Senate are stalling the President's agenda.
First Major Second Amendment Case Before Supreme Court In Over A Decade Could Topple Gun Restrictions
This ruling could change the course of future firearm rights litigation.
Police Killings In The US Have Been Undercounted By More Than Half In Official Statistics
The systemic racism that drives police violence is a threat to public health.
US Supreme Court Gets Set To Address Abortion, Guns and Religion
As October begins, the Supreme Court opens its new term.
Biden Is Right To Call The State Of Voting Rights An Existential Threat. But The Walk Must Be As Aggressive As The Talk.
Many of the statements that have come from the White House during these weeks have not only failed to meet the urgency of this moment, but they also seem to hardly grapple with the real challenges.
GOP’s Critical Race Theory Outrage Serves As Another Reminder Of White Evangelicals’ Political Influence
Evangelical morality sees social problems such as racism as the result of sinful individuals, not larger structures or institutions.
Texas Vigilante Abortion Law Resurrects Jim Crow-Era Tactic That Gives States Legal Cover
The statute raises grave issues about how states go about enforcing their policies. Will Texas voters appreciate that the state has resurrected a Jim Crow-era mechanism to avoid legal responsibility for its policies?
This Labor Day, For The First Time In Years, Senators Have A Choice On Workers Rights
The PRO Act would transform workplaces and society.