Advocates are worried a new bill in Massachusetts could coerce prisoners into giving up body parts to reduce their sentences.
The historic victory is part of a “rainbow wave.”
“Oh, you’re allergic? Good,” the woman told one of the officers, according to police.
People are posting videos of police sleeping on the job as evidence that departments are overfunded and unproductive.
Massachusetts’ last convicted witch might finally see justice.
As a result, prisoners are allegedly being given solitary confinement, losing visitation privileges, or facing other punishments.
Eleven men were arrested after driving through Massachusetts with guns and tactical gear. They say they did nothing wrong.
The shooting of Ramona Cooper and David Green is being investigated as a hate crime.
The state's prison system will become the first to evaluate the Fitbit-like devices, which use algorithms to track prisoners' vitals.
Mikayla Miller’s mother said her daughter was found “bound by the neck with a black belt to a tree,” and she suggested police prematurely concluded it was a suicide.
Through his YouTube channel and his independent Tesla repair shop, Rich Benoit is helping to build a future where anyone can repair their own stuff.
The 75-25 percent margin on "Question 1," which ensures independent repair shops can continue to work on cars, suggests we overwhelmingly want to be able to fix their things.