Topic: War on Drugs

All the news related to 'War on Drugs' [ 522 news items | Now showing page 1 of 27 ]

5

Rating

Jeremy Scahill on Trump's Embrace of Duterte's Deadly War on Drugs in the Philippines

In the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte has suggested he might impose martial law across the country, after declaring it this week in his native island of...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

Headlines for May 24, 2017

Britain: 4,000 Soldiers Deployed Nationwide After Manchester Bombing, Trump Hires Lawyer for Investigation into Campaign Ties with Russian Officials , John Bren...   [ continue reading...]

1

Rating

Trump’s call with the Philippines president reveals a lot about his administration’s drug policy

Trump congratulated Duterte for doing an “unbelievable job.”Protesters hold placards during a rally near the Presidential Palace to protest the &ldq...   [ continue reading...]

2

Rating

I Grew Up In a Fundamentalist Cult — ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Was My Reality

I was raised to be a helpmeet in a world like the one from Margaret Atwood’s chillingly prescient book. It was a cold morning on the campus of the l...   [ continue reading...]

1

Rating

Police Deaths Up This Year, But Not From War on Cops

The war on cops is a myth. The increases were from car accidents and heart attacks. Law Enforcement Officer deaths by firearm are down slightly through Ma...   [ continue reading...]

7

Rating

How Self-Driving Cars Will Transform Cities for the Better

  smoothgroover22 / CC BY-SA 2.0 The new cars will change urban planning as we know it; Democrats keep blaming Trump for their own shortcomings; meanwhil...   [ continue reading...]

7

Rating

Michelle Alexander: We Must Respond Forcefully & Challenge Jeff Sessions's New War on Drugs

Civil rights advocate and best-selling author Michelle Alexander responds to the new push by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to escalate the war on drugs by resc...   [ continue reading...]

2

Rating

Drug plan based on stigma not love

Mary Ellen HarrodSaturday, May 20, 2017The recent federal budget announced a terrible new policy — drug testing 5000 new recipients of Youth Allowance or...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

Anabel Hernández on the Death of Javier Valdez & Mexican Journalists Confronting a Surge in Violence

Since 2000, more than 100 journalists have been murdered in Mexico. A recent report by the International Institute for Strategic Studies says that Mexico endure...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

Japan: Don’t Fund Abusive Philippine Drug Rehab Services

(Tokyo) – The Japanese government should not fund any Philippine government drug rehabilitation services that fall short of international standards, Human...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

The Progressive Movement Just Scored a Huge Win in Philly’s DA Race

Weeks after Attorney General Jeff Sessions re-declared the war on drugs and threatened to cut federal support to police departments that do not cooperate with t...   [ continue reading...]

2

Rating

Michelle Alexander: What I Learned From Susan Burton, a Modern-Day Harriet Tubman

Reading her life story will change the way you view the world. The following essay is an adapted excerpt from the foreword by Michelle Alexander, for the...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

Op-Ed: Here’s how jurors can resist Jeff Sessions’ Justice Department

It’s the most powerful tool we have to implement criminal justice reform over the next four years.A protester yells as he take part in a Black Lives...   [ continue reading...]

5

Rating

Women Imprisoned Under the Drug War Speak Out Against Sessions' New Policy

Jeff Sessions has reversed the reforms of former Attorney General Eric Holder, instructing federal prosecutors to pursue the most serious offense. He's also res...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

Neuroscientist Carl Hart: We Need to Stop Jeff Sessions from Escalating the Racist War on Drugs

In an escalation of the war on drugs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has rescinded two Obama-era memos that encouraged prosecutors to avoid seeking inordinately...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

Columbia Neuroscientist Receives Death Threats for Speaking Out Against Deadly Philippines Drug War

President Trump recently invited Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte to visit the White House, despite criticism from human rights groups over Duterte's so-ca...   [ continue reading...]

2

Rating

Neuroscientist Carl Hart and Activist Tony Papa: We Need to Stop Jeff Sessions from Escalating the Racist War on Drugs

Even Rand Paul noted, "Mandatory minimum sentences have unfairly and disproportionately incarcerated too many minorities for too long." In an escalation o...   [ continue reading...]

6

Rating

Reversing Progress, Sessions Order Embraces 'Vicious Cycle of Incarceration'

Lauren McCauley, staff writerIn a bid to revive the failed War on Drugs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a sweeping memorandum on Friday directing prosecu...   [ continue reading...]

4

Rating

Here's What the Trump Administration Did This Week While All Eyes Were on Comey

It's been James Comey week, and rightly so: President Donald Trump's firing of the FBI director threatens the investigation into Russia's interference in the 2...   [ continue reading...]

3

Rating

Jeff Sessions Escalates Drug War and Urges Prosecutors to Seek Harsh Sentencing

After years of progress, our Attorney General is trying to drag us back to the 1980s. When President Trump came into office and appointed Jeff Sessions, d...   [ continue reading...]

theNewsCollective 3.0 is a customisable news aggregation and search service.

You can get all your non-mainstream news at one location — customisable by a wide list of news sources.

theNewsCollective attempts to give 'air time' to views that much of the advertising-sponsored corporate media often ‘wilfully’ ignores. You will find a range of independent, alternate, marginalised, even dissenting, voices here. More...

Popular tags:

Abortion | Afghanistan | Agriculture | Al-Qaeda | Atrocities | Austerity | Bangladesh | Bankers | Bernie Sanders | Black Lives Matter | Brazil | Brexit | CIA | Caste | China | Civil liberties | Climate change | Congo | Congress | Consumer Advocacy | Corporation | Crime | Cybersecurity | Dalit | Defense Department | Democracy | Democrats | Department of Justic | Diplomacy | Dollar | Donald Trump | Economic crisis | Economics | Egypt | Elections | Environment | Europe | European Union | FBI | Fascism | Finance | Foreign policy | France | Germany | Global warming | Greece | Guantanamo | Hamas | Hate Crime | Healthcare | Hezbollah | Hillary Clinton | Homeland Security | Human Rights | IMF | ISI | ISIS | India | Inequality | Iran | Iraq | Islam | Islamophobia | JNU | Jihad | Jordan | Kurdistan | Kuwait | LGBT | Labour | Lebanon | Media | Medicare | Middle East | Muslim Brotherhood | Myanmar | NATO | NSA | National security | Natural gas | Neoconservatism | Neoliberalism | Netherlands | Nigeria | North Korea | Norway | Nuclear issues | Oil | Osama Bin Laden | Pakistan | Palestine-Israel | Pollution | Poverty | Prohibition | Propaganda | Qatar | RSS | Racism | Refugees | Religion | Renewable Energy | Republicans | Resistance | Russia | Saudi Arabia | Sedition | Social Security | Social media | Somalia | South Africa | Spain | Sudan | Supreme Court | Sustainability | Sweden | Switzerland | Syria | TPP | Taliban | Tea Party | Terrorism | Torture | Tunisia | Turkey | United Kingdom | United Nations | Venezuela | Vietnam | Wall Street | War crimes | War on Drugs | War on Terror | WikiLeaks | Xenophobia | Yemen |

RSS: thenewscollective.org   RSS Feed

theNewsCollective 3.0 is a customisable news aggregation and search service. You can get all your non-mainstream news at one location. This is an beta release of an experimental, not-for-profit, project. More...

design + code: impellio.com

Home / RSS / About