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On Oct. 1, 2011 an extraordinary thing happened in the California correctional system. AB 109, California's Public Safety Realignment Act, became operative and shifted vast discretion to each of 58 counties from the state of California to manage lower-level offenders in local programs while changing sentencing and jail practices for the newly realigned populations.
It's that time. If you're a teacher in a school with a large concentration of Hispanic students, you're doing end-of-year reviews and preparing for final exams -- and you have kids trickling up to you to let you know they won't be arou
Yes, Virginia, there is a Benghazi scandal.
It was the pictures and riveting testimony that convinced a Philadelphia jury that abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell was guilty of murdering three infants following botched late-term abortions and also guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of Karnamaya Mong
Dogged by scandal, and with his press secretary presumably now curled up in the fetal position and breathing into a brown paper bag, it's obvious President Barack Obama is in need.
By Lane Filler
By Mark Cowin & Timothy Quinn
Those who oppose greater U.S. involvement in Syria were no doubt relieved upon hearing that Moscow and Washington want to convene an international conference to end the country's civil war.
Bubbles can be bad for your financial health -- and bad for the health of the economy, too. The dot.com bubble of the late 1990s left behind many vacant buildings and many more failed dreams. When the housing bubble of the next decade burst, the result wa
The news, at the same time shocking and hopeful, about the discovery of three Cleveland women who went missing as teenagers a decade ago has riveted the country. But the cases that rise to the level of news tend to distort perceptions of how often childre
I can still hear the rhythmic sounds of my mother's voice telling me to enjoy every moment of my children being young; that they would grow up so fast.
Along with a boosted Buick LeSabre, another incident listed on a crime report Sunday in Arlington County, Va., was a creepy attack by a man on a woman. "On May 5 at 12:35 a.m., a drunken male subject approached a female victim in a parking lot and gr
It should've been the shot heard around the world. Chances are, you didn't hear it. An ominous sort of history was made recently near Austin, Texas, but it seems to have largely escaped notice. There was some media coverage, yes, but less than,
I've read with great attention President Barack Obama's article in The Miami Herald earlier this week on how to improve U.S. relations with Latin America. It was pretty disappointing.
Throughout Fresno and the Central Valley, thousands of individuals and families are anxiously watching and waiting as the debate over federal immigration reform plays out in Washington, D.C.
The deaths of more than 600 garment workers in Bangladesh's Rana Plaza factory collapse April 24 is a tragedy that highlights widespread problems in the global apparel industry. But will it be the spark that finally leads to much-needed global reform
By Noah Feldman
For all the armchair generals advocating U.S. military intervention in Syria, I have a few questions:
During the 2012 campaign, the president liked to make the argument that if he was re-elected, the "fever" would break. Washington would no longer be the graveyard of progress, the crypt of consensus. Once dystopian Republicans accepted that Pres
Our society is on the path to random chaos because our willingness to make exceptions for people has morphed into never-ending feelings of grievance and expectations of entitlement.
There's consensus that California needs a big new deal to govern water. There's little consensus on what should be in it. Habitat restoration for the Delta? Rebuilt levees to withstand earthquakes? Or new tunnels to divert water from the Sacrame
As police investigators peel away the layers of the Boston Marathon bombing, there are two aspects of this unfolding story to which I want to react: the mind-set of the alleged bombers and the role of the Internet in shaping it. Important news about both
If you've ever used eBay, you probably received a scary email this week. The Senate is threatening small businesses, it warned. Complain to your legislators, it pleaded. Actually, the Senate isn't, and you shouldn't.