These are not serial murderers or rapists. They are overwhelmingly people who erred or did wrong but are not bad people.
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The Trump economy doesn’t work for most Americans, but it works for his donors. They’re all in on the con.
Mitch McConnell and the GOP will block reforms our nation desperately needs until voters move them out of the way.
Auto workers, nurses, pilots, hotel workers — they’re all going on strike. Trump boasts about the "economic miracle," but most workers aren’t experiencing it.
Other nations savaged by civil war or outside invasion may suffer greater casualties in a conflict, but we have made violence — and victims of violence — routine.
The NFL should start acknowledging the racial ban it enforced and ensure that the ownership, management and coaching of NFL teams reflect the diversity of the players and fans.
The federal government can largely stamp out domestic terrorism — or fan the flames.
The project tells the "unvarnished truth" of slavery. We will face the horrors of our past, as well as the triumph of our progress. It is a telling that is long overdue.
July 27 marked the 66th anniversary of the signing of the Korean War armistice, which brought an end to hostilities that killed nearly five million people, including almost 40,000 U.S. service members.
The war ended in a temporary cease-fire, which is why the United States still maintains 28,500 troops in South Korea. Nuclear missiles ring the region and threaten the people living there. North and South remain divided, separating thousands of families.