America’s kidney shortage has reached crisis levels. Tissues, lungs and corneas are also in high demand, which means there’s a cash flow from the black market.
Police brutality has become commonplace in America’s society with no means of reform in sight. Though some victims are paraded through the media, there are many whose voices have not been heard and injustice prevails.
The media’s obsession with black on black crime doesn’t acknowledge the growing issue of white on white crime. What’s going on with today’s criminal activity?
Selective prosecution and confusing laws mean criminal charges for individuals who inadvertently cross state lines with licensed guns. Could the Mistake of Law defense help?
Michael Brown, shot to death in Missouri after Officer Darren Wilson stopped him for walking in the street, may inspire a national conversation about police brutality, justifiable homicide, and excessive force.
Is the threat of violence enough to keep communities quiet when criminals act out? Unfortunately, the answer is yes; what can law enforcement to do to help?
Local reporter Sean Bergin’s comments about crime and fatherless youth in the black community raised a firestorm of criticism, but was he right or wrong?
Minorities, especially African-Americans, suffer from a lack of diagnoses and treatment for mental illnesses, particularly while imprisoned.
Studies show that as many as 4% of Death Row inmates may be innocent – how can we integrate those numbers into our criminal justice system?
Slavery is a modern reality. People are still bought and sold right here in the United States; the problem of human trafficking won’t solve itself. How can you help?