"Spending trillions more on new and expanded government programs, when we can't even pay for the essential social programs...is the definition of fiscal insanity."
Ed Mullins is innocent until proven guilty—a distinction he often didn’t extend to others.
Ernest Johnson is scheduled to be executed today.
One at Rikers, one at a nearby jail barge, marking 12 deaths this year
Amir Meshal was never charged with a crime.
Formal sentences cover for informal penalties including crowding, poor sanitation, beatings, and rape.
Former District Attorney Jackie Johnson may face accountability for her official actions in the Ahmaud Arbery investigation.
Jenna Holm was incapacitated when one cop accidentally killed another. She's now being charged with his death.
Leading candidates Larry Elder, Kevin Faulconer, and Kevin Kiley cite homelessness, crime, housing costs, and energy shortages as evidence that one-party rule is failing the Golden State.
The CDC's Framing of Homicide and Suicide As 'Public Health' Issues Provides Cover for Biden's Gun Control Agenda
The agency returns to a research area where it has caused much controversy in the past.
A little-known agreement allows police officers to seize packages at FedEx sorting centers.
The report followed media investigations into ShotSpotter's reliability and activist pressure on Chicago to cut its contract with ShotSpotter.
Ricky Kidd wants accountability.
Arthur Johnson spent his entire adult life in jail for a murder he says he was coerced to confess to by police.
Pasco County Cops Harassed Them and Searched Their Homes Without Warrants. A Judge Says They Can Sue.
The sheriff's predictive policing program has caused more problems than it's solved.
Kevin Strickland, Christopher Dunn, and Lamar Johnson are still paying for crimes that government officials say they did not commit.
Every time cops denounce reform efforts it is evidence of a win.
He Didn't Answer the Phone One Night While on House Arrest. He's Been Sent Back to Prison for Four Years.
Such punitive measures do not make society any safer.
They're mostly progressives, but their ideas about limiting government power and respecting individual rights sound almost conservative.
It's likely that soon, almost all Americans will be legally able to carry guns.
Cracking down on "rogue gun dealers" and enforcing background checks won't stop criminals from arming themselves.
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The ex-cop's closing pitch is filled with crazy accusations about "disenfranchis[ing] Black voters."
In 2018, the Republican said family separations were "tragic and heart-rending."
Two states have passed laws requiring court approval before the cops can use genetic genealogy services to track down a suspect.
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Prosecutors like to use the law against people who clearly weren't engaged in hacking. The Court is trying to rein them in.
Bad news for hundreds of imprisoned defendants in Louisiana and Oregon
Growing criticism of big-city progressive D.A.s George Gascón and Chesa Boudin underscores the importance of distinguishing necessary reform from simply failing to enforce the rule of law.
A new study finds that both legal and undocumented immigrants are more law-abiding than native-born U.S. citizens.
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Jury convicts on all charges.
Violent Crime in Baltimore Plunges After City Ditches Prosecution of Prostitution, Drug Possession, Other Minor Offenses
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Programs that keep sex offenders indefinitely confined face new challenges.