June 5, 2022

Life After Exoneration: How One Man Rebuilt His Life After a Wrongful Conviction

When a portable heater went out in Veterans' Stadium in Philadelphia during an NFL game, Ed Baker — one of two electricians working at “The Vet” at the time—had to fix it. After what he'd been through, landing a job among NFL players was like winning his own Super Bowl.

sexual assault prevention in Fort Bliss, Texas

May 15, 2022

Fort Bliss Has a Problem with Sexual Assault. How Do Its Leaders Plan to Fix it?

In a 2018 report, the Research and Development (RAND) Corporation identified Army installations with the highest sexual assault incidents, which included Fort Hood and Fort Bliss in Texas and Fort Stewart, Georgia as the top three. While Fort Hood attracts much of the media’s attention with its highest incidents of sexual assault, Fort Bliss holds the second highest sexual assault incidents out of all installations, a statistic apparently unfamiliar to Fort Bliss leaders.

May 9, 2022

Toronto Resident Sues the City Over Financial Opposition to Quebec’s Bill 21

Toronto’s financial opposition to Quebec legislation Bill 21 ensued in a lawsuit over the merits of taxpayer funds for other jurisdictions.

Zachary Katznelson

April 8, 2022

Jewish Organizations Push Back on NY Bail Reform Rollbacks

The New York Jewish Coalition for Criminal Justice Reform hosted an event to discuss New York bail reform.

April 7, 2022

‘I Never Gave Up’: How a Former Client Now Sits on the Board of a Crisis Center

(SCRANTON, Pa.) — Ammie Feduchak keeps going. A mother of three boys between the ages of 5 and 13, Feduchak […]