Such screenings would amount to demeaning and unconstitutional invasions of privacy.
Journalist Marcela Turati talks about the devastating effects of the drug war on Mexican migrants and reporters.
Three leading thinkers and activists in cannabis economic justice discuss strategies with Laura Flanders.
“CounterSpin” interviews Amee Chew on the Philippines under Rodrigo Duterte.
Policing is a form of “colonial crisis management” in Puerto Rico, says author Marisol LeBrón.
Movements are rising to shut off U.S. taxpayer-funded aid that’s bankrolling the nation’s worsening human rights crisis.
The influence of the drug war has reshaped U.S. society.
Health care austerity and border militarization are undermining public health responses to the opioid crisis.
“Gamble v. United States” has implications for criminal and racial justice beyond Manafort and current politics.
The rise in drug overdose and suicide deaths is threatening an entire generation of Americans.