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Norquist: Democrats Only Support Criminal Justice Reform ‘Because All Their Relatives Are In Prison’

CREDIT: AP At this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference just outside DC, Grover Norquist with Americans for Tax Reform told a packed room that lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are now embracing changes to the War on Drugs model that has led to an explosion in mass incarceration over the last several decades.

Atheist Blogger Macheted To Death In Bangladesh

Police investigate the scene where Avijit Roy and his wife were attacked on Thursday. CREDIT: AP A prominent writer with a known disdain for religion was hacked to death on the streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh on Thursday.

Who Faced Police Brutality In February

CREDIT: ThinkProgress/Dylan Petrohilos According to Killed By Police, an online database of fatal encounters between cops and civilians, more than 75 people died at the hands of police in February.

Republican FCC Commissioners Invoke The Ted Cruz-Defense For Net Neutrality Vote

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler listens as his fellow commissioners voice their opinions during the net neutrality vote.

Wyoming Legislature Votes To Allow Science-Based Climate Education In State Scools

CREDIT: Shutterstock Science standards that treat climate change as fact are no longer banned in Wyoming, now that a bill reversing the state’s ban has been passed by the House and Senate.

The Problem With Congress’ Plan To Fund Homeland Security For Just 3 More Weeks

CREDIT: Hours before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) runs out of funding midnight Friday, both chambers of Congress are still mulling over separate bills to extend funding for the agency.

Rick Perry: Weak U.S. Border Security Is To Blame For Syrian Chemical Weapon Attacks

In this Jan. 15, 2015 photo, Gov. Rick Perry addresses a joint session of the Texas Legislature, in Austin, Texas.

Arizona Utility Approves Hefty Solar Charge Amidst Customer Backlash, Threat Of Lawsuit

CREDIT: shutterstock Starting in April, solar users across Arizona will be subject to an additional rate charge of about $50 per month.

Fewer Labor Unions Means More Income Inequality

CREDIT: Shutterstock Lower rates of workers belonging to unions are strongly associated with more income going to the wealthiest, according to a new paper from International Monetary Fund (IMF) economists Florence Jaumotte and Carolina Osorio Buitron.

Gunman Opens Fire In Missouri, Leaving 8 Dead And 1 Wounded

CREDIT: Shutterstock A shooting spree left eight dead and one wounded, after a gunman opened fire in four southern Missouri homes.

U.S. Churches: Banning Same-Sex Marriage Has Nothing To Do With Homosexuality

Participants at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops held in June, 2014 CREDIT: AP Photo/Gerald Herbert As the Supreme Court prepares to take up another same-sex marriage case, other states are still fighting to defend their bans on same-sex couples marrying.

Is Big Oil Buying Favorable Congressional Testimony On Climate Change?

CREDIT: HARYADI CH/SHUTTERSTOCK Last week, the New York Times revealed that one of the few actively publishing researchers who don’t think humans cause global warming, Wei-Hock “Willie” Soon, secretly took $1.2 million from the fossil fuel industry — even referring to academic papers as “deliverables” in an exchange with a funder.

Marco Rubio Tries To Criticize Obama On ISIS, Commits Epic Fail

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) speaks at CPAC in 2015. CREDIT: AP Potential 2016 presidential candidate Sen.

The Supreme Court’s About To Hear A Case That Could Make Partisan Gerrymandering Even Worse

The original gerrymander CREDIT: Public Domain via Wikipedia After a GOP-led attempt to impeach one of Arizona’s chief legislative map drawers failed — former Gov.

Poor Women Have The Highest Rates Of Unintended Pregnancy And The Lowest Rates Of Abortion

Abortion rights advocates gather at a rally in Mississippi CREDIT: AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis A new report from the influential think tank Brookings Institute provides clear evidence that low-income women are being priced out of their ability to control their fertility and plan their family size.

City Destroys Homeless Man’s Encampment And Belongings Without Warning

CREDIT: Shutterstock Lafayette, Indiana city workers demolished a homeless man’s encampment this week without giving him or the outreach team that had been working with him any warning.

Here’s What American Voters Will Look Like In 2060

CREDIT: AP Photo/Mark Lennihan The changing face of the typical American voter stands to make a transformative impact on future U.S.

GOP Hopeful Slams Hillary For Clinton Foundation, Forgets To Mention Her Own Extensive Involvement

Carly Fiorina with Bill Clinton at a Clinton Foundation event last year. CREDIT: YouTube Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina had some harsh words for Hillary Clinton and her family’s foundation for allegations that it has accepted money from foreign governments at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday.

Scott Walker: I Crushed Wisconsin Unions, So I Can Handle ISIS

CREDIT: AP At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) just outside Washington, DC, Wisconsin Governor and likely presidential candidate Scott Walker was asked what his plan would be, were he in the White House, to combat the terrorism perpetuated by the Islamic State In Syria (ISIS).

China Cut Its Coal Use 2.9 Percent Last Year, Will They Peak Even Before 2020?

Miners shovel coal at a north China mine near a power plant and chemical factory. CREDIT: AP/Oded Balilty China cut its coal consumption 2.9 percent in 2014, the first drop this century.