Hollywood often takes liberties. But there's a distinction to be made between poetic license and historical revisionism.
Some conservative media outlets and politicians lambast the practice. But if you care about public safety, that opposition doesn't make sense.
It would be far easier to prosecute sex trafficking if voluntary sex work were legal.
Caroline Elkins' book raises an important question for people today, particularly liberals—an issue that Elkins herself sidesteps.
The analysis reinforces the historical case for armed self-defense in response to racist violence.
Alvin Bragg campaigned on Tracy McCarter’s innocence. Once in office, that was apparently less politically expedient.
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Instead, the feds are telling us something very revealing about themselves.
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New Footage Shows Bodega Clerk Trying To Avoid Deadly Fight. Will Manhattan D.A. Drop the Murder Charges?
Alvin Bragg campaigned on "ending mass incarceration." But that promise apparently does not apply to Jose Alba.
Dedication to free speech is in short supply around the world, with Britain and Canada previously considering similar bills.
The case of Jose Alba reminds us that progressive prosecutors don't always apply their principles when they're inconvenient.
The Bipartisan Senate Gun Control Bill Would Unjustly Deprive Americans of Their Second Amendment Rights
The legislation prohibits firearm sales based on juvenile records and subsidizes state laws that suspend gun rights without due process.
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In Negotiations Over the 'Boyfriend Loophole,' Republicans Show More Concern for Due Process Than Democrats
Senators are mulling legislation that would expand the categories of people who are disqualified from owning guns.
Texas Law Enforcement Is Aggressively Fighting Public Records Requests About the Uvalde Mass Shooting
Transparency advocates say police could invoke a notorious loophole that allows them to hide records of deaths in custody and police killings.
Tom Cotton, a Second Amendment Champion, Proposes a 5-Year Mandatory Minimum for Violating Arbitrary Gun Bans
Although the Arkansas senator claims to be targeting "violent felons," his draconian bill would affect many people who pose no threat.
Protective devices incapable of offensive use are now unavailable for legal purchase by New Yorkers.
The president implies that anyone who resists his agenda is complicit in the murder of innocents.
Florida Sheriff Arrests 10-Year-Old, Releases Mug Shot and Perp Walk, Then Uses Media Tour To Brag About It
“Scared straight” juvenile policing programs have a history of not working. They’re not the solution to school shootings.
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Predicting violence is a lot harder than people claim in retrospect, and a wider net inevitably ensnares more innocent people.
The problem is not sneaky entrepreneurs who sell accessories; it's legislators who ban guns based on functionally unimportant features.
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The paper blames a "gun-buying spree" during the pandemic for the 2020 jump in murders.
Maybe it shows that the existing restrictions are not working as advertised.
Majority Leader Chuck Schumer worries that approving the SAFE Banking Act would make broader changes less likely.
A wake-up call for the woke
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The SAFE SEX Workers Study Act would look at the impact of FOSTA and the seizure of sites like Backpage and Rentboy.
The bill addresses treatment of women in federal prisons and sexual assault of people in police custody.
Larry Krasner also questions the effectiveness of "supply-side" measures aimed at reducing criminals' access to firearms.
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Despite a binary media narrative, the vast majority of the U.S. is in favor of quality, accountable policing.
There are good reasons to think polls grossly exaggerate the number of Americans who support political violence.
The felony murder rule is a perversion of justice—even when used against unsympathetic defendants.
As the trial wraps up, it's important to remember that the first prosecutor on the case, Jackie Johnson, has been indicted for violating her oath of office.
Some are using Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal to argue for harsher laws and punishments. Andrew Coffee IV's case is a study in why that's an awful idea.
The D.A.'s office has said that Darrell Brooks bail was set "inappropriately low."
The trial became an upside-down microcosm for the polarized debates about the U.S. criminal justice system.
Fanta Bility's death has revived an under-the-radar debate about the doctrine of transferred intent.
Attempts by British lawmakers to erase online anonymity would lead to radical speech being pushed underground.