Through dynamics of language, women justices on the U.S. Supreme Court have an uphill battle to…
Sometimes the struggles of domestic violence survivors don’t end after they leave the relationship. This episode explores one woman’s experience with the access gap in legal services for domestic violence survivors and how legislative and judicial efforts are aiming to combat the problem.
The first U.S. law governing airplane flight wasn’t enacted until 22 years after the Wright brothers invented the powered airplane. With drones, the aircrafts are already used by police agencies, commercial businesses and hobbyists, but lawmakers are struggling to keep up.