Before being locked up on murder charges 23 years ago, Ricky Kidd says he was "naive" about how the criminal justice system worked. "I didn't know that innocent people go to prison," Kidd, now 44 ...
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At St. Martin in the Fields recently, in the heart of central London, a choir lifted its voices out of the depths of despair. Nearly every member has endured the anguish of a missing loved one – ...
Kraig Lewis was living in Connecticut and was nine credits away from his MBA when the neighborhood he had spent his life trying to get away from came back to haunt him. Growing up in a mostly poor ...
Benita Arren wishes that the human body came with instructions. “We have a manual with every little thing we buy, in eight languages, but not for myself,” she says. About a decade ago, Arren was ...
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WASHINGTON — Kate Bedingfield, the deputy campaign manager for former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential bid, argued Thursday that Biden can be the change that Democratic voters are looking for ...
The selection criteria for Hot Bits — a queer erotic film festival now in its third year — is hard to put into words. It’s just a feeling. “Does it turn us on? Does it make us feel warm inside?" said ...
THE PROBLEM OF DEMOCRACY The Presidents Adams Confront the Cult of Personality By Nancy Isenberg and Andrew Burstein Many Americans might be surprised to learn that neither the Declaration of ...
Every day, millions of Americans go to work knowing they can't be legally fired because of their gender, race, or religion. But the same protection isn't guaranteed for folks who are gay, lesbian or ...
Like millions of people in the United States last year, Stanley Plotkin and his wife got vaccinated against influenza at the start of the Northern Hemisphere's flu season, in early October. Plotkin, a ...
Authorities say 31 people have been taken to hospitals after anhydrous ammonia leaked from containers that a tractor was pulling in a Chicago suburb. Lake County Sheriff's spokesman Christopher ...