by Jess Colarossi Oct 1, 2015
99 people were killed by police in September.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 24, 2015
A half-century-old law, enacted to prohibit the kind of knives that Nazi Germany used to distribute to paratroopers, is instead being used to arrest ordinary workers who carry pocketknives to use on the job.
by Lindsay Gibbs Sep 16, 2015
Patrick Lynch has something to say to "arm-chair judges."
by Lindsay Gibbs Sep 9, 2015
"I have resources to get to the bottom of this. I have a voice," Blake said. "But what about someone who doesn't have those resources and doesn't have a voice?”
by Carimah Townes Sep 2, 2015
NYPD officers are still penalized for blasting the city's quota system.
by Aviva Shen Sep 1, 2015
Mercado died 15 hours after his arrest as officers ignored his worsening symptoms.
by Carimah Townes Aug 12, 2015
Police officers in New York City are using social media to target the homeless.
by Judd Legum Aug 1, 2015
He was never charged with a crime.
by Aviva Shen Jul 14, 2015
"Mr. Garner’s family should not be rewarded simply because he repeatedly chose to break the law and resist arrest," Mullins wrote.
Police misconduct has been draining the city coffers for years, even as the offending officers go free.