by Judd Legum Mar 12, 2015
When in doubt...
by Carimah Townes Mar 7, 2015
Will anything convince him?
by Carimah Townes Feb 26, 2015
The Senate Judiciary Committee raved about Loretta Lynch's previous work, and criminal justice advocates share that enthusiasm as well.
by Carimah Townes Feb 19, 2015
DOJ's mere threat to sue Ferguson may be enough to fix some of its police department's practices.
by Nicole Flatow & Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Dec 8, 2014
The new guidelines add several new categories, including gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
by Ian Millhiser Nov 7, 2014
Loretta Lynch has a long, distinguished career as a federal prosecutor, which includes prosecuting one of the most notorious cases of police brutality in the last two decades.
by Ari Phillips Nov 3, 2014
On Monday, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Justice Department announced a major settlement involving automakers Hyundai and Kia over alleged violations of the Clean Air Act when reporting greenhouse gas emissions.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 25, 2014
Rule of Thumb: Don't compare your political opponents to George Wallace unless they actually support racial apartheid.
by Ian Millhiser & Nicole Flatow Sep 25, 2014
An unprecedented evolution on criminal justice. Aggressive moves on voting rights. As Eric Holder announces he's leaving, his work has just begun.
by Igor Volsky & Joaquim Moreira Salles Sep 25, 2014
You won't believe your eyes.