Excerpts from this story referencing "Harvard University":
"… ct that Israel has nuclear weapons is classified, Samore — who is now at Harvard University — answered: “It doesn’t sound very classified to me — that Israel …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "member":
"… dless of where you stand on gun-owning ideology,” said Colette Martin, a member of Parents Against Gun Violence. “The numbers are that high and we are a …"
"… rom occurring in the first place. Eli Chevalier, a high school senior and member of Peer Solutions, said the group works to prevent violence by teaching mi …"
"… any kids live with gun violence in their neighborhoods. Johnson, an active member and student leader of The Intersection, lives with it every day. “For m …"
"… rker was 12 years old when he was accidentally shot and killed by a family member. He was hunting with his dad, uncle and step brother in Wake Forest, North …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Illinois":
"… eking suicide data for 2012, the most recent year available, but Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island denied requests fo …"
"… stics or could not be reached. The FBI received limited homicide data from Illinois and Alabama and none from Florida. That firearm suicides outnumbered fire …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "General Motors":
"… nd violence stem from drugs, a lack of education, and a lack of jobs. When General Motors and other factories left, the city’s fall from grace came shortly after. …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "attorney general":
"… rain was washing against the office window of South Carolina's first-term attorney general, Alan Wilson. On the floor near his desk, about a dozen thick black binder …"
"… t a preliminary investigation,” said Wilson, gesturing to the pile. The attorney general will not say what's inside the binders, and no one outside a handful of la …"
"… Gov. Haley for a whirlwind tour of the state to promote ethics reform, the attorney general could not have imagined how the situation would look on the ground less th …"
"… unfolded throughout 2014, House lawmakers tried to pass bills aimed at the attorney general, including one that would limit the AG’s investigative power by, for ins …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Tennessee":
"… handle a kid in court who’s accused of an offense. But in eastern Tennessee, a lawsuit filed on April 24 alleges that it was a court bailiff — a she …"
"… orneys’ fees and other relief the court finds appropriate. In 2011, the Tennessee State Supreme Court upheld a disciplinary 90-day misconduct suspension of …"
"… laint against Bell. In 2008, the disciplinary council for the Tennessee Court of the Judiciary accused Bell of misconduct for contracting his brot …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Gibraltar":
"… e established online companies based in exotic locales like Costa Rica and Gibraltar. One casino mogul, Sheldon Adelson, a prominent backer of conservative pol …"
"… rally partnered with other companies, including overseas operators such as Gibraltar-based Bwin.party Digital Entertainment, to run the websites. The casinos, …"
"… line poker companies. The couple, both born in California, were living in Gibraltar at the time, and their company eventually entered into a “non-prosecutio …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "weapons inspector":
"… force. Nuclear engineer Tomonori Iwamoto, who worked as a United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq and serves as director of Rokkasho’s Nuclear Security and Safegu …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "criminologist":
"… ting the boom in incarceration brought on by the national War on Drugs and criminologist John DiIulio’s popular conception of the juvenile “super-predator,” …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "United States":
"… de sure all interrogations were recorded. By the next decade, here in the United States, two professors at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva Univer …"
"… se cases would be so high,” he says. These days, no murder trial in the United States could ever take just two and a half hours, as Stinney's trial did in 1944. …"
"… mmendation that electronic recording of interrogations be mandatory in the United States. Currently, the FBI doesn't have to tape confessions. At the state level, …"
"… wide. “People tend to think of the juvenile justice system in the United States as a monolith, and that's just not the case,” he says. “There are …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Central Valley":
"… ry. …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Ohio":
"… s to a pastor and his aide at the direction of a state lawmaker. Illinois, Ohio and South Carolina all have seen similarly close ties between certain legi …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "advocacy":
"… st at McKinsey & Company and a board member of Tax Justice Network, an advocacy group that favors tighter regulation of the offshore system. The study es …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "New":
"… ar-old boy wearing a T-shirt announcing: “Love Canal Guinea Pig. Used by New York State and federal government.” Another picture — published by Tod …"
"… you Lois Gibbs? Are you Lois Gibbs?” reporters asked. Serendipitously, New York health officials were holding a press conference, declaring a state o …"
"… ts with children under two living on the two streets nearest the landfill. New York directed Niagara County to clean the site. The state said it would he …"
"… community. One of the very first things she told me was that the state of New York was lying to the public and they were hiding information and I couldn …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Oklahoma":
"… another ATF-hater, Timothy McVeigh, blew up the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Okla., killing 168 people — including 19 children under the age of …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Center for Public Integrity":
"… am provided useful information.Humphries sat down with a reporter from the Center for Public Integrity last year to talk about his personal beliefs opposing the CIA’s enhanced …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Janet Napolitano":
"… violations or other reasons, and then released.In July 2009, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano called the fusion centers “a critical part of our nation's homeland secu …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Obama administration":
"… led a rise in potentially improper medical billing is a touchy one for the Obama administration, which has championed electronic health records as a means to both improve …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Oregon":
"… , just four states have no limits on candidate contributions — Missouri, Oregon, Utah and Virginia.Seven states — Alabama, Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi, N …"