Law & Justice (Page 5)
December 9, 2021
This AP Investigation Freed 2,000 Burmese Slaves, Doing More in 3,600 Words Than Most Will in a Lifetime
(NEW YORK) — Where anonymity and covert reporting can often be fraught with incredibility, sensationalism, and in some cases, danger […]
November 17, 2021
Does the Internet Really Need “Section 230”?: An Interview With Alyssa Aguilar
"In many ways, I think we take the Internet for granted."
November 8, 2021
Vigil Held for Texas Police Officer Who Died of COVID-19
“This is my husband’s city in a much bigger way than just where he worked,” officer Hutchison’s wife, Amber Hutchison, said at his vigil Monday night.
November 7, 2021
A Sex Educator Gets Real About the California Stealthing Ban
What California's new stealthing law means for sexual partners and the practice of consent.
November 5, 2021
A Texas Abortion Fund Director on Texas’ New Reality
The Click speaks with Zaena Zamora, executive director of a Texas abortion fund.