Tag: Human Rights
Prison officials have 60 days to revise their policies for using pepper spray and isolation units.
Five Taliban insurgents killed in assault that was aimed at Christian day-care center next door.
City calls $4.5 million settlement ‘fair.’ Victim says no amount of money can heal his injuries.
“Internal communication failure” kept the university’s president in the dark for over a month.
From planting trees in Richmond to riding the Freedom Train, Bay Area residents celebrated the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Judge says visiting academic proved she was mistakenly screened as potential terrorist.
Billboards and posters will show faces of victims and stories of how they escaped exploitation.
‘Journalists must be agents of the truth in all its forms, wherever it resides…’
Inmates say the units amount to psychological torture. Official say they’re human — and necessary.
Federal officials try to learn from past mistakes as they shop for tech to secure the border.