WASHINGTON – A 13-year campaign to cut the cost of prison phone calls has finally reached a political dial tone, as inmates and their families have found allies in high places.
MEXICO CITY — Mexican authorities on Friday pledged major changes in the way criminal suspects are treated, citing an urgent need to improve a judiciary that’s suffering from rock-bottom conviction rates and wounded by public anger at the lack of a rule of law.
With forty-four of Hollywood’s well known actors and actresses, twelve directors, seventeen writers and an hour and forty-five minutes of zero laughs, “Movie 43” is far from great comedy.
FORT WORTH, TX – President Barack Obama will unveil his sweeping plan on immigration Tuesday in the midst of a rapidly shifting political environment. It’s his most ambitious move yet on the emotionally divisive issue after making a series of smaller steps over the past year.
As of late, it seems the media had put a positive spin on controversial relationships.
For two weeks, treadmills, elliptical machines, abdominal machines and free weight benches have been used more frequently at the campus recreation center.
CHARLOTTE (AP) — When Charlotte landed a National Football League franchise 20 years ago, city leaders were ecstatic, calling it a critical step in putting North Carolina’s largest city on the map.
DAVOS, SWITZERLAND — Forget the endless debates about the euro or government debts. What does the future hold?
Charlotte – America’s two major political parties are prisoners of their images, stifling their ability to broaden their appeal.
MEXICO CITY — Adios, Heydar Aliyev, late strongman of distant Azerbaijan.
The horrific mass murder of children and school personnel in Newtown, Conn., prompted calls for more screening of gun buyers to identify the mentally ill and prevent or restrict purchases of weapons and ammunition. This simplistic, impractical and unfair proposal wrongly stigmatizes a large (and constantly shifting) group of our fellow citizens, without adequately addressing the underlying dangers of loosely regulated guns.