Police have disclosed discipline for a total of 10 officers a year after ProPublica compiled 68 use-of-force videos.
When candidates running for prosecutor claim to be on the side of survivors of violence, we need to take a closer look.
The representative sharply criticized the death penalty, calling it “state-sanctioned murder.”
The Drug Policy Reform Act offers a path toward ending the hugely unpopular war on drugs.
The digital rights group Fight for the Future called on Biden to pardon the former NSA contractor “immediately.”
The police-perpetrated killing of Winston Smith shows that the state has no interest in stopping its own violence.
Tear gas is disallowed in war, the lawmakers say, but police regularly use it on the people they’re supposed to protect.
The drug war’s contradictions are impossible to ignore. The nation is ready for a nonviolent approach.
Police and the military operate under the same principle — they move in, occupy and oppress communities.
Prisoners are worried that reinstated searches will allow guards to spread COVID-19 throughout prisons — again.