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Report: Only 7% of Inmates' Loved Ones Say Prisoners Have Soap and Other Basic Necessities to Stop the Spread of Covid-19

Among prisoners, the death rate from the potentially fatal virus is three times higher than average. 

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·


'About Damn Time': Louisville Police Chief Moves to Fire One of the Officers Involved in Breonna Taylor Killing

"A start, but not good enough. We cannot rest until all the officers involved in Breonna Taylor's murder are charged."

Jessica Corbett, staff writer ·


Condemning Facebook's Anti-Semitic and Racist Attacks on Critics, MoveOn Demands Accountability and Real Reform

"These particular concerns exist within a broader context of concern about the threats that Facebook and other social networks and their algorithms and data pose to society and democracy."

Jake Johnson, staff writer ·


Targeted by Smears, Color of Change Rips Facebook for Boosting 'Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories of White Nationalist Trump Base'

The civil rights group condemned the social media giant's reported efforts to deploy "anti-Semitism as a crowbar to kneecap a black-led organization working to hold them accountable."

Jake Johnson, staff writer ·


ESPN Denounced for 'Despicable Attempt to Silence' Journalist Jemele Hill

"By choosing to ban its reporters' opinions, ESPN is making an explicitly political decision to side with the Trump administration on the wrong side of history."

Julia Conley, staff writer ·


Republican Party Nukes the US Senate for "Trump's Corrupt Agenda"

"Today, the world's so-called greatest deliberative body has become the latest casualty in the right-wing onslaught on our democracy"

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer ·


As Media Gatekeeper, 70+ Groups Call on Facebook to End Censorship

"Because the stories that don't get shared are as important as the ones that do"

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer ·


FCC Passes Sweeping Internet Privacy Rules in 'Big Win for Civil Rights'

New rules require internet service providers to get customers' explicit consent before sharing data with third parties

Nadia Prupis, staff writer ·