HOW COVID HELPED THE MARIJUANA INDUSTRY GROW UP
Less than a decade ago, selling pot was a risky business, largely under the control of criminal cartels. Today it's a multibillion-dollar industry. Part of the reason: the new marketplace created by the pandemic.
NO 'SYSTEMATIC' RACIAL BIAS IN PRESIDENTIAL PARDON PROCESS: REPORT
Though evidence of racial bias in the Office of the Pardon Attorney's (OPA) pardon-petition practices is statistically insignificant, a RAND Corporation report found that successful pardon seekers are most likely to be U.S.-born white men who commit white collar crimes.
50 PORTLAND OFFICERS FROM CROWD CONTROL UNIT RESIGN
Citing a broad lack of support after more than five months of sustained protests, as well as the recent indictment of a fellow officer, the 50 officers voted to leave the Oregon city's Rapid Response Team.