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‘Chilling Effect’ of Mass Surveillance Is Silencing Dissent Online, Study Says

A new study shows people may be censoring themselves without realizing it.


Medical Marijuana License Is No Shield Against Felony Possession Charges on University Campuses

Medical Marijuana user Andre Maestas is charged with felony possession of pot on Arizona State University's campus, even though medical marijuana is legal in the state


Detroit Bankruptcy Judge Says He Can't Stop Controversial Water Shutoffs

Judge Steven Rhodes said there is no "enforceable right" to water, leaving the city free to continue cutting off water for thousands of residents with unpaid utility bills.


Detroit Is Already Starting to Gentrify

With the addition of a new, lower priced Whole Foods Market in Midtown, Detroit appears to be positioning itself for the inevitable influx of poor artists, writers, musicians, and a-holes. We went to check out the Whole Foods and get a sense of what...