Three decades of increasingly strict border controls not only failed to keep undocumented workers out of the United States; it also prevented them from leaving. Continue reading →
The explosion of social media has made it easier for people to express themselves online. And then express themselves some more. But that all-too-public sharing could cost people their jobs.
When monarchies ruled, insulting kings was illegal. But many countries still use these laws, so where is it a crime to insult a leader?
An act of terrorism can stop a country in its tracks and lead to citizens being stripped of their rights. What do countries usually do after an attack?
The Second Amendment has been the subject of debate for centuries now, and you might be surprised to find where that still-unsettled dispute has led the United States.
Some of the most legally complicated jurisdictions on the planet can be found in international waters. Who's running the show?
When traveling abroad, your home country's laws can extend much further than you may think.
Whatever their crimes, fugitives David Sweat and Richard Matt pulled off an ingenious prison break. So why was their plan to evade authorities so cliché? Continue reading →
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