A decade ago, Robert Reuland played a role in what surely would have made for a lively episode of the new series.
The story behind a landmark case that transformed death penalty trials in the U.S.
After Newtown: turning schools into prisons
Tahawwur Rana sentenced to 14 years in prison for working with the group involved in Mumbai terrorist attacks.
Pulitzer Prize winner David Shipler on why bad guys deserve rights, how small-town officials wield big-time power, and why Obama has been bad for the Constitution.
With penalties laughably low, what should we expect but continued criminal activity on the part of corporations?
They were followed by a group in tropical wear, slipping and sliding, trying to prevent their ill-fitting thong sandals from flying off. A smaller group had chosen winter wear, rolling up the block like juiced up ticks, draped in coats and jackets.
Chance, survival, and what we wish could be true.
David Simon would be happy to find out that The Wire was hyperbolic and ridiculous, and that the “American Century” is still to come. But he’s not betting on it.