About 20 state attorneys general have mounted investigations that have cataloged decades of abuse but yielded few criminal prosecutions.
Michigan lawmakers are attempting to revive a bipartisan legislative effort to extend the state's statute of limitations for sexual abuse cases.
By DAVID SHARP Associated Press PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Ann Allen loved going to church and the after-school social group led by a dynamic priest back in the 1960s. The giggling fun with friends always ended with a game of hide and seek. Each week, the Rev. Lawrence Sabatino chose one girl to hide with
Over-one third of Democrats disagree with laws protecting children from "sex-change" surgery, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Thursday found.
If the bill passes, platforms like Facebook will have to pay news publishers whenever they post links to their articles.
My grandfather and his brother worked as 11- and 12-year-old “slate boys” in the coal mines of Georgia and Alabama starting right before World War I got underway in Europe. Their job was to straddle conveyor belts carrying coal from the mine face and remove chunks of slate from the fast-moving belts. Dangerous work for anyone, but especially children. Injuries were an everyday occurrence, and some unknown number of boys were killed at this task. My grandfather’s brother lost two fingers grabbing...
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — Governor Brian Kemp awarded grants to multiple law enforcement agencies in Southeast Georgia in an effort to improve public safety measures and address staffing shortages. The funds, totaling more than $83 million statewide, will be utilized to supplement staffing, support violent crime reduction, and invest in technology and equipment to address and 
Religious liberty, not religious authority, should be the aim of the American right.
A big change is coming in Minnesota later this summer. Recreational marijuana will be legal for people 21 and older. Meanwhile, recreational marijuana remains illegal in South Dakota.
By AMIT KHANNA The dictionary defines a rabble-rouser as “a person who speaks with the intention of inflaming the emotions of a crowd of people, typically for political reasons.” In today’s new resurgent India, where people wear their political identity on their sleeves, TV news […]
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It has been nearly seven years since Eden Ganzerla lost control of her car while driving to work and crashed into a retaining wall, breaking nearly every bone in her