Though it is a domestic law enforcement agency, its actions are shrouded in a veil of secrecy similar to that of military and intelligence operations.
The city already has existing infrastructure for the games. But increasingly, no cities want to take on the cost overruns of hosting the Olympics.
Philadelphia City Paper, remembered.
Nationwide, there were no signs of a violent crime wave in 2014. Quite the opposite.
If the agency required localities to provide data on mobile home parks and their closing, scholars could begin to understand “the social and spacial pressures that under-gird them."
"Right now we have a Hollywood moment.”
I started covering guard abuse at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility last fall. Here’s what I would tell Francis.
Mobile home park residents typically own their homes but not the ground beneath them. When land values rise, that’s a problem.
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign rhetoric carries with it a deeply unsubtle context.
Yes, some U.S. cities have experienced an uptick in murders this summer. Here’s what that doesn’t mean.
There are many reasons the tiny state should rush to be the first on the East Coast to make the sale of recreational pot legal.
In the midst of a heated presidential campaign, society’s most vulnerable people have become the latest punching bag.
The technology is being deployed in secret by departments across the country, according to a recent investigative report.
You can't fix what you don't understand.
Not all U.S. federal courts have fully backed the right to record police activity. And that matters when it comes to the potential for retaliation.
Since the July 1 killing of Kathryn Steinle, anti-immigrant sentiment has defined the Republican primary.
Providence, Rhode Island, is considering banning smoking throughout its downtown business district. But critics worry it’s a pretext to force homeless people out of public parks and plazas.
A similar program has been credited with reducing gun violence in Wisconsin, but Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby has been accused of effectively killing it.
U.S. courts have made this clear again and again and again.
Don't waste money policing public urinators—invest in public restrooms instead.
Tough new ordinances seek to seize the property of homeless people across the city. And there's likely more to come.