Why racial profiling is an important problem, why it's so difficult to address, and what can nonetheless be done about it.
The upheaval over police abuses has damaged America's image in the world, especially coming on the heels of other blows to American "soft power." We can and should do better.
Plus: Lionel Shriver on cultural erasure and Stormy Daniels on strip-club labor laws
Patrick Beadle was convicted on a drug trafficking charge, even though there's very little evidence he was a dealer.
Conservative support for racial profiling is deeply problematic. But the e-mail leaked by Sen. Cory Booker actually shows Brett Kavanaugh advocating "race-neutral" post-9/11 security policies.
Booker's totally not running for president or anything.
The Santa Monica Police Department defended their aggressive response after a neighbor called police on the Mission Impossible actor.
A boy delivering newspapers with his mom and brother aroused the suspicion of a local resident, even though he hadn't done anything wrong.
An overlooked alternative: no enforcement
Members of the South Korean pop group "Oh My Girl" fall victim to U.S. sex-trafficking hysteria.
Civil Libertarian Rand Paul Becomes the Frontman for a Notorious Racial Profiling and Surveillance Program
He wants Muslim foreigners to be required to register with Uncle Sam
Civil forfeiture tactics are increasingly making the news.
New NYPD Training Urges Officers to Avoid Racial Profiling and Comments Like 'He's Irish, but I've Never Seen Him Drunk'
Training materials also suggest that imitating the speech patterns of other races or ethnicities may "appear disingenuous and possibly racist."