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News January 17
Here are nine ways the law-and-order president has smashed Obama’s legacy.
Analysis September 1, 2017
And they’ve got a lot of allies.
Commentary August 30, 2017
Instead of offering real solutions to the epidemic, the president is race baiting.
Commentary August 2, 2017
The president swore to uphold the Constitution but asked officers to ignore it.
News May 10, 2017
Here’s what you need to know about the “Tuesday Night Massacre.”
Analysis March 2, 2017
A softer tone from the White House belies a harsher reality.
Analysis February 20, 2017
Where the local lawmen serve as immigration enforcers.
News February 8, 2017
Donald Trump faces a fight on asset forfeiture.
Analysis February 3, 2017
What to watch as the system prepares for mass deportations.
Analysis January 31, 2017
Trump’s nominee has the ideology without the temper.
Graphics January 31, 2017
Hundreds of thousands of people from seven barred nations live in all parts of the U.S.
Commentary January 19, 2017
Listen to Pence, Carson, Priebus, Kushner — and look out your window.
Analysis January 19, 2017
Also civil rights enforcement and legal aid for the poor.
Commentary January 18, 2017
End overcriminalization, reward success, pay attention to the heroin crisis.
Analysis December 16, 2016
Four reasons a bipartisan bill has a better chance than you think
News November 18, 2016
From police to prosecutions to prisons, the AG holds wide sway.
Analysis November 18, 2016
An extensive record as a prosecutor and a senator gives some hints of what to expect.
News November 9, 2016
The president-elect may soon upend an Obama-era police reform tactic.
Crime on the Ballot November 9, 2016
There’s a new sheriff in town.
Analysis October 17, 2016
How various states punish the act.
Analysis September 29, 2016
Obama and Newt Gingrich. Koch Industries and the ACLU. With friends like that, how could it lose?
The Lowdown September 25, 2016
Ahead of the presidential debate, setting the record straight on a hot-button immigration issue.
News August 10, 2016
A close look at the “executive actions” that the sweep of a pen could end.
News July 27, 2016
“We have far too much imperialism in the chief executive.”
News July 25, 2016
A lot of those guns come from neighboring Indiana, the state his running mate leads.
Analysis July 22, 2016
“These are the facts,” he says. Mmmm, not so fast.
Analysis July 19, 2016
Does America need to be made safe again? We fact-checked a handful of last night’s claims.
Feature May 4, 2016
David Clarke, the Trump-loving, pro-mass-incarceration Fox News favorite, is challenging criminal-justice reform—and stereotypes.
Looking Back April 27, 2016
The budding mogul had a soft spot (but a short memory) for wiseguys.
Feature January 14, 2016
Their sixth debate is in Charleston, a city still recovering from last year’s church killings.
Commentary September 15, 2015
Can the GOP interest in criminal justice reform survive Donald Trump?