What happened in the world this week? Read on for the FARC treaty, the beginning of the end (maybe) of private prisons, the lead emissions-crime rate link, border vigilantes, and more dirt on Trump (can’t help myself).
After half a century of guerrilla warfare, the Colombian government and FARC have negotiated a peace accord.
To no one’s great surprise, Donald Trump was probably discriminating in housing since he got his start in real estate.
The Department of Justice announced it will stop using private prisons. What will this actually mean? Find out more here.
When I first heard this theory about the link between crime rates and lead emissions from gasoline, I thought it sounded insane. But then I read this and it’s not as unbelievable as it sounds. Not brand new, but HIGHLY worth reading.
Vigilantes policing the border suggest disturbing similarities to slave catchers who caught and disciplined escaped slaves a few centuries ago. More on this in the weeks to come…