Critics say the panel lacks power to bring about serious change since it cannot interrogate or discipline officers.
New York Times Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak recently sounded the alarm with a headline that read, “The Supreme Court’s Increasingly Dim View of the News Media.” Naturally, he was upset that some conservative judges aren’t fond of the 1964 New York Times v. Sullivan decision, which makes it nearly impossible for public figures to sue media outlets for libel, since the mind-reading standard of “actual malice” must be established.
In anticipation of the virtual Leaders Summit on Climate, a two-day global gathering of more than 40 world leaders, President Joe Biden declared that the United States had a “moral imperative” to adopt an “ambitious” goal of cutting greenhouse-gas emissions by 50% from 2005 levels by 2030 and 100% by 2050.
How can America unite again to do great things if we are led by people who believe America suffers from a great sickness of the soul, an original sin that dates back to her birth as a nation?
The legislation would expedite the Justice Department’s review of hate crimes as the Asian American community witnesses an increase in incidents.
To meet the aggressive target of cutting U.S. greenhouse gas pollution in half by 2030, sweeping changes would be needed in America’s energy and transportation sectors.
The bill would expedite the review of hate crimes amid an increase in incidents against the Asian American community.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly vetoed legislation to ban transgender athletes from competing in girls’Â and women’s sports.