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Nation Apr 16Delaware returns to death penalty debate after prison uprising
Just after 10 a.m. on Feb. 1, a group of inmates took four staff hostage as they seized control of Building C at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Delaware.
World Apr 09Palm Sunday bombings, claimed by ISIS, kill dozens in Egypt
Two explosions at Coptic Christian churches in Egypt on Palm Sunday, claimed by the Islamic State, have left at least 43 dead and dozens injured.
World Apr 08Basque separatist group ETA hands over arms, ending decades of conflict
The Basque militant group ETA surrendered its inventory of remaining weapons, ending some 40 years of political violence in southwest France and northern Spain.
Nation Apr 01Suspect in Atlanta’s I-85 bridge collapse charged with arson
A man suspected of starting a fire on March 30 that caused about 180 feet of Atlanta’s Interstate 85 bridge to collapse during rush hour made his first appearance in court on Saturday.
Nation Mar 26Oklahoma lawmakers, voters disagree on punishments for drug crimes
Oklahoma lawmakers are rushing to undermine recent voter initiatives that weakened punishments for drug offenses and invested in rehabilitation services.
Nation Mar 05Man on death row punished after appearing in Netflix show ‘Captive’
Soon after Netflix aired an episode about one of the country’s deadliest prison uprisings, Ohio corrections revoked the email and phone privileges of a man on death row for appearing in it.
Nation Feb 26When it comes to defining ‘terrorism,’ there is no consensus
People have been trying to understand how to interpret and define terrorism for hundreds of years. But there is no easy answer.
Arts Feb 25Film producers, designer on the importance of diversity behind the camera
Wynn Thomas, Lisa Cortes and Sam Pollard discuss the role of African Americans in the film industry, two years of #OscarsSoWhite and how to improve representation.
Nation Feb 18Norma McCorvey, plaintiff in Roe v. Wade, dies at 69
Norma McCorvey, who under the pseudonym “Jane Roe” served as the plaintiff in the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion, died Saturday at 69.
Nation Jan 29Resistance builds against social media ban in Texas prisons
In April, Texas became the latest state to ban people in prisons from having a social media account, saying it could be a threat to security.