Company Ends ‘Ghetto Tours’ In The Bronx After Local Outrage May 23, 2013
Real Bronx Tours took mostly European tourists from Manhattan to see life in the South Bronx "from a safe distance."
Two Men Shot In London After Suspected ‘Terrorist’ Machete Attack
The perpetrators are also believed to have filmed their attack, while asking onlookers if they wanted to take their picture.
Supreme Court Deems Alcohol Blood Tests Invasive, Group Proposes Lowering Legal Limit
The new recommendations would lower the limit to .05, down from .08. For an average woman, this could lead to a DWI after consuming one beverage.
Scandal Within A Scandal: IRS Misconduct Unfolded In Murky World Of Election Spending
Lawmakers and pundits may find that the investigation will raise more questions than it answers.
Racism, Intentional Or Otherwise, Pervades The US Education System
Unintentional racism exists not because its culprits are mean or racist, but because it's built into the fabric of American society.
Connecticut Commuter Trains Collide, Dozens Injured
At least 60 people were injured when two commuter trains serving New York City collided in Connecticut during Friday rush hour.
Organic Industry Clout Grows With Consumer Demand
Tensions between conventional and organic agriculture boiled over this week during a late-night House Agriculture Committee debate.
Somali-American Faces Life In Prison For Donating To Al-Shabaab
Her sentencing hearing Thursday in the Minneapolis Federal Court could seal her fate behind bars for the rest of her life.
Human Rights Defender Disappears In Bahrain: Crackdown On Whistleblowers Continues
Florida Proposes That Poor Pay Three Times More For Health Insurance Than Legislators
Members of the Florida House only pay $8.34 a month for individual health care coverage, or $30 a month to cover their family.
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