A Syrian Asylum-Seeker’s Case Reframes Migrant Abuses as Enforced Disappearances
From family separation to European “pushbacks,” there’s a new legal effort to label anti-immigrant abuses as enforced disappearances.
More Than Two Years After Viral Chokehold Video, NYPD Officer Has Faced No Discipline
An independent agency concluded in 2019 that an NYPD cop had used improper force, yet he continues to patrol the same streets.
Police Want Larry Krasner Gone, So They’re Backing His Opponent
The Philadelphia race will test whether reformist district attorneys can survive opposition from groups that see them as a threat to the status quo.
What Drove the Historically Large Murder Spike in 2020?
The pandemic, police violence, and more guns all contributed to an unprecedented rise in murders across the United States.
Thirsty, Cold, and Scooping Feces With Their Hands: Crisis in Reality Winner’s Texas Prison
“These women — they’re trapped. They can’t escape this. They can’t do something to better their situation at all.”