Biden Has Said Pot Prisoners Should Be Free. Now He’s Poised to Send Some Back to Prison.
Reports that the Biden administration will end home confinement for people released during the pandemic have spurred a flurry of activism.
NYPD Reforms Are Failing, Say Plaintiffs Who Won Landmark Stop-and-Frisk Case
In 2013, a federal judge mandated oversight after finding that the NYPD’s racially disproportionate use of stop-and-frisk was unconstitutional.
She Blew the Whistle on Military Sexual Assault, Then Came Under Investigation
Amy Braley-Franck, who has a hearing this week on her two-year suspension, says more needs to be done for victims.
Facing Years in Prison for Drone Leak, Daniel Hale Makes His Case Against U.S. Assassination Program
With prosecutors seeking a maximum sentence, Hale delivered a powerful handwritten letter describing his motivations to the court.
“We Knew Who Was Going to Die”: Warnings About Lower-Income Heat Risk Went Unheeded
Many of the deaths in extreme heat events, like the record-breaking one in the Pacific Northwest, could be foreseen, a scientist told Congress.