The Obama Administration has an opportunity to simultaneously address the crimes committed by young people and the harms caused by their incarceration. It is time to find a leader for the Office of Juvenile Justice.
Even after enjoying twenty plus years of a thriving video game industry, some Americans insist that video games somehow influence the morality and behavior of its players, like thinking I'd want to kill my uncle after watching Hamlet.
In Mexico, not a single soldier responsible for human rights crimes has been held accountable in civilian courts since the United States started delivering hundreds of millions of Merida Initiative dollars.
Instead of wasting time and pushing the country into deeper chaos, the Afghan government must think about something different, mainly containing election fraud, which President Karzai can start himself.
How does writer-director Adam Green's sequel about a shockingly corporeal, hatchet-wielding ghost and the various, foolish mortals who are his victims stack up to his 2006 sleeper? Is it a cut above or a notch below?
Can the director behind the stylized violence of 300 and Watchmen adapt to the animation medium? And what are the pitfalls is building a complete mythological world in a family-accessible film? Listen in and find out.
Urban violence is, again, being viewed by the public, the media, and by far too many of our leaders as sad but inevitable realities of life in certain urban neighborhoods. Actually though, it doesn't have to be inevitable at all.