Twelve experts found that both U.S. law and police practices do not comply with international law.
In legalizing racial profiling, the Supreme Court has fueled a racist cycle of traffic stops and police killings.
Even the best training in the world cannot teach police, who are licensed to kill, not to be racist.
Trump’s incitement of the mob that stormed the Capitol would not be deemed protected free speech in a criminal trial.
An international inquiry commission about racist police killings opens with testimony from mothers of the victims.
The Supreme Court would likely not overturn a post-presidency Senate trial.
Trump will no longer be shielded by the Department of Justice policy that a sitting president cannot be indicted.
Most of Judge Baraitser’s 132-page decision actually supports the Trump administration’s case against Assange.
The purging of nearly 200,000 Georgia voters could determine which party will control the Senate.
The commission will analyze whether several instances of police violence violated international law.