1. The NFL's billion dollar secret

    What happens when a rich, powerful business invokes the power of a court to settle a dispute about fraud?

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  2. America's most lawless sheriff

    Sheriff Arpaio of Maricopa County, Arizona faces a civil contempt citation for disobeying a court order to stop policing tactics that amount to racial profiling of Latinos.

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  3. Mississippi Maelstrom

    The Mississippi law explicitly allows public officials and businesses to refuse to serve gay and transgender individuals.

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  4. Body worn cameras on cops - the fight continues

    Boston is an outlier because most major metropolitan police departments are deploying body-worn cameras, at least as a significant pilot program.

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  5. Racist election laws in America

    If you only have a state employee ID, a university-issued ID or a tribal identification card, then you can’t vote in Texas. The state’s voter ID law will disenfranchise 600,000 residents.

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  6. A zombie poll tax stalks Texas

    How and why, in 2016, has the poll tax returned?

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  7. What it feels like to be hunted by drones

    Malik Jalal shares his experiences of being on the Kill List.

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  8. Ban the box!

    Seventy million people in America have a criminal record, and no matter how transformed their lives may be after they have paid the price, they may have forfeited their chance for a decent life because of the box on the job application that says, “Check here if you have a criminal record.”

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  9. On the Money: Andrew Jackson and Harriet Tubman

    A woman hasn’t appeared on American currency since the late 19th century, when Martha Washington briefly adorned a silver dollar note.

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  10. The Bible - an official state book?

    What about the separation of church and state?

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