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Joy Pullmann of the Federalist highlights a mystifying decision from a top federal health agency.
Joy Pullmann of the Federalist highlights a mystifying decision from a top federal health agency.
 
Fordham University student Austin Tong has found himself in hot water over a protest picture on Instagram.
 
If you are convicted of a crime, the government can punish you. If you are arrested but never convicted, the government canít punish you.
If you are convicted of a crime, the government can punish you. If you are arrested but never convicted, the government canít punish you.
 
The recent killings of four workers at an eastern N.C. prison have prompted the legislature's top two officers to call for the return of capital punishment in North Carolina
The recent killings of four workers at an eastern N.C. prison have prompted the legislature's top two officers to call for the return of capital punishment in North Carolina
 
If you have to spend time in the doghouse, you might at least make it a more bearable experience.
If you have to spend time in the doghouse, you might at least make it a more bearable experience.
 
Capital punishment - or the death penalty - originates from the Latin word capitalis, which literally translates to "regarding the head," referencing how capital crimes were originally punished by the severing of the head.
Capital punishment - or the death penalty - originates from the Latin word capitalis, which literally translates to "regarding the head," referencing how capital crimes were originally punished by the severing of the head.
 
The death penalty is always a hot topic in any discussion, but is HB 722 another back-door attempt to do away with the death penalty without addressing the issue itself?
The death penalty is always a hot topic in any discussion, but is HB 722 another back-door attempt to do away with the death penalty without addressing the issue itself?
 
The N. C. Senate approved SB 9 Monday (11-28-11) sending the bill to the Governor. The bill effectively guts the so-called Racial Justice Act.
The N. C. Senate approved SB 9 Monday (11-28-11) sending the bill to the Governor. The bill effectively guts the so-called Racial Justice Act.
 
HB 615 has been introduced into the General Assembly. It is entitled: "No Discriminatory Purpose in Death Penalty."
 
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