Parkland School Officer is Arrested, Forcing New Questions About Police in Schools
Critics say school resource officers heighten the chance of propelling students into the school-to-prison pipeline. Others say they are a school's best defense against a gunman.
Seeking Asylum as a Transgender Woman
Navigating the asylum system is hard. But for transgender women, it can be unsafe, or even life-threatening.
"Always Be My Maybe" and the Continuing History of Asian American Comedy
The Netflix film further brings Asian American comedians to the forefront.
Utah Considers Different Approach to Water Management and Conservation
Utah and six other states have agreed on a plan to better manage their use of the Colorado River, which 40 million people rely on as their water source.
Mentally Ill, Incarcerated Persons Languish in Jail Waiting for Hospital Beds
At least seven states have been sued over long wait times for those incarcerated and in need of mental health treatment in order to stand trial.
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