Category: Justice

Cory Booker: I Wish Hundreds of Thousands of Parents Didn’t Have To Teach Black Boys How Not To Get Killed by Police

Cory Booker: I Wish Hundreds of Thousands of Parents Didn’t Have To Teach Black Boys How Not To Get Killed by Police

Not only is it a tragedy that the United States still experiences the level of racism which makes the murder of George Floyd possible, but if it's to change then all Americans have to make that change, according to Sen Cory Booker (D-NJ).
George Floyd’s Death ‘Is Absolutely Intolerable’

George Floyd’s Death ‘Is Absolutely Intolerable’

The outrage over the death of George Floyd this week in Minneapolis police custody is turning to justice--not only for Derek Chauvin, the white officer who had Floyd helplessly pinned to the ground as the 46-year-old African American Floyd died.
After the Flynn Case, There’s ‘Lawlessness at the Top of the Nation’s Top Law Enforcement Agency’

After the Flynn Case, There’s ‘Lawlessness at the Top of the Nation’s Top Law Enforcement Agency’

Attorney General William "Bill" Barr has come under fire for allowing the Justice Department to drop its case Thursday against former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn after Flynn repeatedly admitted to lying to the FBI.
Alyssa Milano Says She Needs ‘More Evidence’ on Whether or Not Biden Accuser Is ‘Credible’

Alyssa Milano Says She Needs ‘More Evidence’ on Whether or Not Biden Accuser Is ‘Credible’

Hollywood actor and Democratic activist Alyssa Milano said that she wants "more evidence" to determine if a sexual misconduct charge against Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden is "credible."
Former Commissioner:  NYPD Is ‘Losing Signifcant Numbers of Personnel’ to Coronavirus

Former Commissioner: NYPD Is ‘Losing Signifcant Numbers of Personnel’ to Coronavirus

As New York City struggles with being the epicenter of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic, so is it's police department, with more than 700 of its officers having contracted the virus, according to former police commissioner Bill Bratton.
How Exactly Did President Obama Respond to the H1N1 Flu Pandemic?

How Exactly Did President Obama Respond to the H1N1 Flu Pandemic?

The H1N1 pandemic spread drastically across the globe in 2009 to 2010.
Coronavirus Possibly Spreading to Prisons: ‘Now Would Be the Time to Commute Some Sentences’

Coronavirus Possibly Spreading to Prisons: ‘Now Would Be the Time to Commute Some Sentences’

A Democratic congresswoman is calling on the federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to commute the sentences of some federal inmates as part of its response to relieve the potential for the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic to infect prison populations.
Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak, I Went to China

Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak, I Went to China

Amid the coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China, I went to China to visit my family. Here's what it was like.
Taliban Agreement a Historic Path to Peace, Says Pence

Taliban Agreement a Historic Path to Peace, Says Pence

After nearly 20 years of conflict, the US and the Taliban have signed a peace agreement which could bring a stop to one of the longest ongoing wars in the world, and could result in American soldiers departing Afghanistan within 14 months. This deal took place after temporary ceasefire between the Trump administration and the Taliban had been upheld.
Thank you, Senator Romney

Thank you, Senator Romney

While his GOP colleagues have tied themselves in knots of illogic in rationalizing why they all are refusing to follow the clear evidence, Romney is showing a bit of the shine of the Republican party of old, and is doing the honorable and patriotic thing.