The U.S. government will pay $1 million to the family of Anastacio Hernandez, who was beat to death by border control agents in 2010.
- Brexit is officially in motion: On Wednesday, U.K. Home Secretary Theresa May sent notice to the European Union that Britain is out, starting (as The New York Times puts it) "a tortuous two-year divorce littered with pitfalls for both sides."
- The two men behind a series of undercover videos featuring Planned Parenthood executives were indicted in California Tuesday on 14 felony counts of unlawfully recording people without permission and one count of conspiracy to invade privacy.
- A resolution to repeal Internet privacy protections approved by the Federal Communications Commission in 2016 has passed the U.S. Senate and House and now heads to Donald Trump's desk.
- European Catholics and feminists are teaming up to try and outlaw surrogacy.
Minneapolis Tells Residents With Riot-Wrecked Buildings They Can't Clean Up Until They've Paid Their 2020 Property Taxes in Full
After failing at the one thing people think they need from government, Minneapolis is getting tough on making damaged citizens pay up.
Harris' origins allow her to properly claim Asian or Black/African American legal status, and she has chosen the latter.
If so, that could be really good news for the rest of the world.
National Nuclear Lab's Employees Sent to Seminar That Claimed 'Rugged Individualism' and 'Hard Work' Are 'White Male Culture'
The seminar for Sandia Labs executives also involved writing apology letters to marginalized people.