1. A black man runs, the police arrest: an old story with a different ending

    Mass Supreme Judicial Court rules that Black people who walk away from police officers may be justified in trying to avoid racial profiling.

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  2. Dateline: Guantanamo

    George Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld locked up approximately 780 people in Guantánamo Bay in 2002. Nine of them died while in prison without ever having a trial, and 61 remain there today.

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  3. Enduring a toll booth

    Women working in tollbooths face sexual comments, unwanted hand-holding and crude gestures.

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  4. The Weavers are gone

    The Weavers–Pete Seeger, Lee Hays, Ronnie Gilbert and Fred Hellerman–are gone, but their message and music live on.

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  5. Clock the vote?

    Though a court struck down North Carolina’s 2013 voter suppression law, attacks on the right to vote continue.

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  6. Rock the vote!

    Four states permanently bar formerly incarcerated people from voting.

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  7. Private prisons profit!

    The top two prison companies in America gross over three billion dollars every year.

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  8. Two-year-old Charged!

    A Washington, D.C. toddler receives a $75 ticket for littering.

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  9. The number of chairs in the FBI's Boston office - a state secret?

    Judge orders FBI to turn over terrorism task force documents.

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  10. DEA marijuana reclassification goes up in smoke

    The DEA continues to keep marijuana in the same category as heroin and LSD.

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