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  • 'God's authority' doesn't apply in the Rowan County Courthouse

    'God's authority' doesn't apply in the Rowan County Courthouse

    On Thursday, Kim Davis, an elected clerk in Rowan County, Ky., who has steadfastly refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, is expected to appear before a federal judge who could find her in contempt of court and jail or fine her. Neither sanction will be necessary if Davis does...

  • Egypt's muffling of news media is an outrage

    Egypt's muffling of news media is an outrage

    In sentencing three Al Jazeera television journalists to three years in prison for crimes that look suspiciously like committing journalism, an Egyptian court has ruled in direct contradiction to international human rights and press freedoms. That an American ally — and the recipient of $1.3 billion...

  • California, finally coming out of solitary

    California, finally coming out of solitary

    New limits on solitary confinement in California prisons are a long-delayed but welcome step in the evolution of a system that only recently subjected inmates to a degree of abuse that approached torture.

  • Beyond $15 an hour: The new generation of labor leaders

    Beyond $15 an hour: The new generation of labor leaders

    In the 121 years since Labor Day became a national holiday, millions have taken it as a day of rest. For labor leaders, though, it's a day about work: working the politicians, working the issues of pay and benefits in a country where wages for many of those millions have hit the skids. Laphonza...

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