Last year, a Department of Justice survey identified it as the worst in the country for staff sexual misconduct against inmates. But officials here say the real crime is the report.
The Ten Point Coalition aims to reduce gun violence and black-on-black crime in the city’s urban core, yet it is the group and its leader, Rev. Charles Harrison, who find themselves coming under attack.
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A swarm of ruddy hues crowded the Statehouse hallways and chamber gallery to listen in on the proposed gay-marriage amendment’s testimonies and proceedings.
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With all the noise surrounding the new Superintendent of Public Instruction, will her agenda of slowing down reforms advance? Or is her voice—and those of her supporters—bound to get drowned out?
How the governor-elect found his conservative voice and a strategy for winning the race: keep it quiet.