1. Philando Castille should be alive, but he's not

    Philando Castile was the 123rd Black person killed by law enforcement this year.

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  2. Solitary confinement, what Amnesty International calls torture

    Though 16- to 18-year-olds are no longer in solitary in Rikers Island jail, some 19- to 21-year-olds are.

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  3. In memoriam: Pat Summitt

    ‘Every girl and every woman who plays sports owes Pat Summitt a thank-you.’

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  4. Happy Birthday, Woody Guthrie

    Woodrow Wilson Guthrie was born on July 14, 1912 in Okemah, Oklahoma.

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  5. Break the law or freeze to death - it's your choice, sort of.

    David Magadini, a 67-year-old homeless man, was charged with trespassing for seeking shelter from a winter night.

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  6. If you see something, say something. Try not to profile.

    MBTA transit police officers, armed with rifles, approached two people who turned out to be praying.

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  7. Have a speeding ticket? Go to jail.

    Justice Sotomayor writes a powerful dissent in Utah v. Strieff.

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  8. Happy Birthday Miranda

    You have the right to remain silent.

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  9. Can Donald Trump trump the First Amendment?

    And what would happen if someone in the Trump administration wanted to blow the whistle on misconduct?

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  10. Dateline: The Pulse Nightclub, Orlando, FL

    The time for talk has passed. It’s time for action.

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