¿Bill Barr llamó su tiro? Preguntas sin respuesta sobre el conocimiento previo del FBI sobre el tiroteo en El Paso

La advertencia de William Barr de que podría ocurrir un "incidente importante" "en cualquier momento" y "galvanizar la opinión pública" en torno a la política de cifrado impopular que buscaba parece haberse hecho realidad en las semanas transcurridas desde que el fiscal general hizo esas declaraciones.

William Barr El Paso shooting feature photo

As a series of recent mass shootings have brought renewed demands for the U.S. government to do something to address the spike in “lone wolf” violence, the Trump administration’s decision to blame internet privacy, controversial websites like 8chan, and social media for the shootings has raised eyebrows from across the political spectrum,

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Wage Theft Task Forces Form To Combat State Loopholes Allowing Employers Wage Theft

Workers prepare to install a tile roof near Houston, Texas. An El Paso roofing employer has become the second in the state to be charged with wage theft, under new laws. (Photo/billjacobus1 via Flickr) Every year millions of Americans are victims of wage theft throughout the United States. Kim Bobo is the executive director of […]

Every year millions of Americans are victims of wage theft throughout the United States. Kim Bobo is the executive director of Interfaith Worker Justice and the author of “Wage Theft in America.” She says two of the most common ways that wage theft occurs are paying employees minimum wage and overtime violations. The third most common wage theft

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Caso de protección infantil de MN destaca extremos y fallas en el sistema de bienestar infantil de Estados Unidos

Frederick Reese En el condado de Mower, Minnesota, la semana pasada , una madre luchó por el derecho a hacer lo que consideraba mejor para su hijo. Lindsey Nagel, de 22 años, impugnó un caso ante el Tribunal de Distrito del Condado de Mower para determinar si su hijo de 4 meses debe ser remitido a […]

Frederick ReeseIn Mower County, Minn., last week, a mother fought for the right to do what she felt was best for her child. Lindsey Nagel, 22, contested a case before the Mower County District Court to determine if her 4-month-old son is to be remanded to county authorities in order to administer a recommended medication regime.Rico Martinez Nagel

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