Any time a cop passed her on the road, she began shaking. When police set up checkpoints in her neighborhood, her phone buzzed with warning text messages. She worried about getting carded at bars. Boarding planes. Attending college. Anything that required an ID, which she didn’t have because she...
SGB Championship: Berwick Bandits 34, Redcar Bears 50 (meeting abandoned after 14 heats because of noise curfew but the result stands) Berwick Bandits bosses claimed there were green shoots after thei ... Read more
Labour Spokesperson on Children and Youth Affairs, Jan O’Sullivan TD, has expressed deep concern over the findings of a report into the State’s child protection system. The audit by the special rappor ... Read more
It is Memorial Day here in the US, and I was saddened this morning to learn that one of my favorite France Culture programs, L'Esprit Public, which Philippe Meyer has produced for the past 19 years, w ... Read more
With environmental activists regularly facing intimidation, violence, and even death, the world can no longer rely on state bodies to investigate and prosecute crimes against the planet and those who ... Read more
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has had a private visit with Pope Francis at the Vatican. It's unclear what was said in the meeting, which lasted more than 30 minutes, but Trudeau was expected to discus ... Read more
As I mentioned on Thursday, a bill was introduced at the Board of Aldermen on Friday the 12th regarding confederate monuments. flags, etc. I’m in the minority view the revisionist history moment ... Read more
SINGAPORE: The National University of Singapore's Faculty of Law has renamed its Centre for Law and Business after Singapore's first and longest serving Law Minister EW Barker. The EW Barker Centre fo ... Read more