April 18, 2019 | NPR · The panel also upheld two other state laws protecting immigrants in the workplace and in detention facilities. The judges say the state has the right “to refrain from assisting with federal efforts.”
April 18, 2019 | NPR · “Never before have US journalists been subjected to so many death threats,” Reporters Without Borders said in its annual World Press Freedom Index, adding that President Trump “exacerbates” problem.
April 18, 2019 | WBUR · Thirty-one thousand Stop & Shop workers are striking in New England over proposed changes to wages and benefits. Eight days in, the strike has shuttered some stores and slowed business at others,
April 18, 2019 | NPR · The film spotlights the Satanic Temple, an organization that stages wry publicity stunts to underscore the separation of church and state. The doc “makes for an electric modern theological debate.”
April 18, 2019 | NPR · Two sisters (Lily James, Tessa Thompson) struggle to navigate the opioid crisis in their small town. Nia DaCosta’s first film is a “quietly feminist thriller” that’s “modest but intensely empathetic.”
April 18, 2019 | NPR · There’s a lot of flash and less substance in writer/director David Robert Mitchell’s tale of a young man (Andrew Garfield) who sees hidden clues everywhere. But that flash is lovingly executed.