Human Rights - Law

U.S. citizens live with 'emotional terrorism'

'Military officers' use stolen valor to make seductive Facebook contacts

Internet fuels quacks and fools so should it be restricted?

Can you go to prison if you don't pay your bills?

Southern politicians maintain power through Ku Klux Klan voting lists

How Leelah's likely suicide muddies the waters of sexual identity

How do you explain a gun death to a two-year-old boy who shot his mother?

Nations examine their own histories in the light of man's cruelties and his nature

Objectification of women creates emotional problems, cultural harm

Chinese elders in modern times find themselves among the most neglected

Hawaii's restrictive and complex law and practice on marijuana use

Should the United States end the Grand Jury system of indictment?

Numbers of poor increase while no Eleanor Roosevelt or Michael Harrington speaks for them

Journalist offered $2.5 million prize in the manner often used with seniors

Humanitarian relief examined through prism of prayer and the Madman

Relative speaks of terrible memories of a killer in the family

Porn star tragedies serve as alert about risks of sex trafficking, especially in Eastern Europe

‘Lying eyes' create serious problems for death penalty option

America's Statue of Liberty beacon dims for desperate refugees

Roots of self destructive behaviors offer explanations of suicide, aggression and war