The department has been using technology developed for Iraq war operations on the city since January, and failed to tell the public.
Donald Trump is playing on well-worn Republican suspicions that data just don’t bear out. His suggestions are racist and dangerous, say experts.
Governor Terry McAuliffe just made it possible for 13,000 former felons to vote. Will they actually be able to?
A new study shows how the high early death and incarceration rates of African Americans skew election outcomes.
The new six-part series is a testament to both the social limitations and successes of hip hop.
A successful template for providing meaningful protection to black voting rights already could work to hold police departments accountable.
A Department of Justice audit of the city's police department shows a disturbing culture of racism among the force.
17-year-old Lew Blank researched race and housing in his state and found some disturbing patterns.
Three years after the policing practice was ruled unconstitutional, a major newspaper has an epiphany.
It’s not just Missouri that has resorted to desperate measures.
The feature is just starting to be deployed in instances that are not related to terrorism or disaster. But there are a few glaring bugs.
This third ruling against photo voter ID mandates could signal the end of the battle.
Two cases of alleged police brutality, two ways the system protected violent officers.
As work on the museum progresses, its architects and designers must find ways to work a raucous history into a very staid building.
Law enforcement organizations and prosecutor officials have problems with Trump’s “law and order” message.
Republican supporters of voter ID laws have been more than candid about how they help their political chances.
University of California, Davis professors examine the connections between toxic environmental conditions and recent police killings of African Americans.
The “broken windows” theory of crime prevention hasn’t helped police engage with black communities. In Baton Rouge, broken porches won’t, either.