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Maryland Urges Other States To Follow Its Gun Licensing Lead

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh asked attorneys general of every state to adopt gun licensing laws in order to decrease gun violence.

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New Connecticut Law Requiring Colleges To Release Sexual Assault Statistics Goes Into Effect

By October 1, colleges across the state of Connecticut are required, under law, to report all incidences of sexual assault on campuses and how they responded to it.

Fifty-Seven Colleges Refuse To Release Sexual Assault Survey Results

As the fall semester finds itself in full swing at colleges across the nation, many universities are making headlines by releasing the results of the Association of American Universities (AAU) climate survey on campus sexual assault they participated in this past May.

Using Computers And Data Analysis To Predict Crime

While once only a concept existing in the realm of Hollywood imagination, "predictive policing," or the use of data mining and computer models to forecast crime before it happens, is gradually gaining prominence and acceptance in the national mainstream policing.

BREAKING: Kiesha Jenkins The 20th Transgender Woman Killed In Wave Of Violence Against Community

The murder of Kiesha Jenkins, a 22-year-old black transgender woman, in Philadelphia earlier this week brings the number of transgender women murdered this year to 20, up from 14 such murders in the entire year of 2014.

Generation Progress Announces Inaugural It’s On Us Student Advisory Committee

The It's On Us Student Advisory Committee, announced today, will bring the It's On Us message to more campuses and communities throughout the country.

John Oliver Talks Gun Control, Mental Health; Alabama Makes It Harder To Vote

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