The editors of Cambridge University's Clareification magazine renamed it Crucification for a special issue of religious satire, an issue that reproduced some of the infamous Danish cartoons of Mohammad, the founder of Islam. Of course, the issue quickly brought protests, and the university says it has disciplined the guest editor of that issue. More ominously, police have reportedly "questioned under caution" that guest editor as well as the editor of the magazine. Police say they have sent a file to the Crown Prosecution Service for possible legal action.
Universities are punishing kids for partying—after cashing their tuition checks, of course.
Federal Proposal Would Expand Hair Testing of Job Applicants and Employees To Make Sure They Are Obeying Drug Prohibition
The method, which can detect drug metabolites for up to a year, does not measure impairment or recent use.
Democrats Scuttle Marijuana Decriminalization Vote Over Fears of Not Being Deferential Enough to Cop Lobbyists
If Congress is too afraid to vote on marijuana reform, how the hell are they ever going to pass policing reform?
Holly Barlow-Austin suffered horrifying medical neglect at a Texarkana detention facility, according to video evidence in a new lawsuit.
Shopping at Target. Dining outdoors. No activity these days is too mundane for protesters to shout at you for it.