10/21, 4:16 PM EST– The author formally supports a campaign for the “academic and cultural boycott” of Israel.
10/21, 3:16 PM EST– With 2.2 million people incarcerated, Bryan Stevenson keeps asking, Is that what justice looks like?
10/21, 3:15 PM EST– The actor says the logo gives him ‘a little fire and some oomph.’
10/21, 2:16 PM EST– ‘So ignorantly tasty’
10/21, 10:20 AM EST– The 82-year-old designer from the Dominican Republic had become an icon of global fashion.
10/21, 9:50 AM EST– Some of the morning’s headlines
10/20, 3:18 PM EST– Latino voters may voice their frustration by staying home from the polls. Is this more than an election-season threat?
10/20, 3:16 PM EST– The comedian offers some tongue-in-cheek advice to Washington, D.C. team executives.
10/20, 1:02 PM EST– The band’s release of “Habibi Taal” is worth a listen.
10/20, 12:52 PM EST– Her body was found late last week.
10/20, 10:26 AM EST– The film expands to 350 theaters in the top 75 markets on October 24th
10/20, 9:56 AM EST– Some of the morning’s headlines
10/17, 6:03 PM EST– Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, with his penchant for hardline anti-immigration policy and reputation for picking, and winning, fights against the invented bogeyman of voter fraud, is in an unexpectedly heated race for re-election against Democratic challenger and former state Sen. Jean Schodorf.
10/17, 5:51 PM EST– Costs rose as inmate population declined 18 percent.
10/17, 12:17 PM EST– A new report sheds more light on the problem.
10/17, 11:52 AM EST– It’s impossible to ignore how the disease has become a stand-in for blackness.
10/17, 9:52 AM EST– Here’s what I’m reading up on today.
10/16, 4:25 PM EST– How does your state fare?
10/16, 2:30 PM EST– The film hits theaters nationwide this month.
10/16, 1:00 PM EST– Private prejudices and public policy made Ferguson, Richard Rothstein says.