The world’s leading neurologists assembled in Seattle earlier this month for a Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications. Sponsors of the event included Google and […]
Prosecutors Vowed to Revisit the Police Killing of Terrance Franklin. Nearly a Year Later, Little Progress Is Visible
About one year ago, prosecutors vowed to revisit the 2013 killing of Terrance Franklin by Minneapolis police. The community is still waiting for signs of progress.
Australian PM Anthony Albanese rejected calls for him to publicly demand the U.S. drop its prosecution against Julian Assange.
The Osaka District Court ruling is the second decision on the issue, and disagrees with a ruling last year by a Sapporo court.
We have to recognize that our systems for preventing conflict and mass human displacement, and defending human rights, are not working