Police Struggle To Fight America’s Growing Heroin Epidemic April 18, 2014
Law enforcement agencies across the country lack the data they need to effectively address the nation’s heroin epidemic, but they may actually be the ones behind the data blackout.
Ariz. Vets In Battle Against Anti-Medical Marijuana Senator By Frederick Reese
A long-stalled University of Arizona study on marijuana’s effects on PTSD patients is one step closer to proceeding now that a state senator has lifted her objection.
U.S. Postal Service Latest Government Agency To Purchase Large Quantity Of Ammunition By Frederick Reese
After failing to pass stricter gun laws, has the federal government moved to create a shortage of arms and ammunition? Or, fearing stricter gun laws, did gun owners clear the shelves?
America’s Minority Children Face A Daunting Future By Frederick Reese
Using a range of indicators to gauge a child’s potential for future success, a study paints an alarming picture of America’s future, especially for minority children.
Guantanamo Detainee Trial Delayed Due To FBI Interference By Frederick Reese
Allegations of FBI interference in the military trial of a Guantanamo Bay detainee believed to have masterminded the 9/11 attacks forced proceedings to a halt, pending an investigation.
Brad Pitt Film Threatens To Reopen Wounds In Steubenville Rape By Frederick Reese
For Steubenville, a community trying to get back to normal after a rape case attracted national attention, Brad Pitt’s plans to make a movie about the case aren’t good news.
Pulitzer Honoring Snowden’s Leak Validates Whistleblowing By Frederick Reese
Granting a Pulitzer Prize to reporting based on information leaked by Edward Snowden legitimizes -- and may even encourage -- whistleblowing.
Pro-Israel Lobby Pushes Back Against Boycott Movement By Frederick Reese
As the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement gains notable traction, the pro-Israel lobby and representatives of 25 countries met recently to discuss how to push back.