ACLU Says Forcing Immigrants To Prove They Are Not A Danger Is Unconstitutional
A 1999 decision from the Board of Immigration Appeals placed the burden of proof in bond hearings on the detainee. The ACLU says that’s unconstitutional and is suing to change it.
Race And Racism In Washington: Trump Tweets, Democrats' Infighting And More
From President Trump’s "go back" tweets to the dispute between the "squad" and House Speaker Pelosi. We take a look at race and racism in Washington.
The Atlantic: Police Fail To Catch Sexual Predators Because They Don't Believe Victims
A major investigation by The Atlantic finds that the police are still skeptical of women who report a rape. The reporter says a "subterranean river of chauvinism" is to blame.
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