President Trump on Monday echoed arguments from his campaign, but his information seems outdated.
A demonstrator holds an American flag emblazoned with the names of victims who were fatally wounded by police officers.
A collection of some of our most important and timely stories, from a study on the militarization of police to a look at Ohio Governor John Kasich's expansion of medicaid coverage.
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New research finds it does reduce public support for law enforcement.
New research suggests a culture of bias is a bigger problem than individual racist officers.
A state Senate bill, which would significantly restrict police's use deadly force, faces stiff opposition from law enforcement organizations.
A conversation with professor Frank Baumgartner, who led a research team that analyzed every North Carolina police stop since 2002.
The perp walk scratches a satisfying itch for retribution, but it also gives alleged assailants the opportunity to co-opt what should be a somber moment for their own self-aggrandizement.
Community trauma remains a major issue in marginalized communities. But there's still little research to show how police cause mental-health issues—or what can be done to lessen the communal anguish.
A small town in northern Minnesota is paving the way for police departments in their efforts to process and mitigate huge backlogs of untested rape kits.
School officials shouldn't joke about calling the cops on vulnerable children. They should also stop treating non-compliance as criminal.
In a city that has continually pushed for stricter gun laws, the Chicago Police Department has routinely failed to flag people whom it considers mentally unfit to legally carry a gun.
On the role that queer people of color play in resisting oppressive policing.
Este artículo trata sobre el papel que desempeñan las personas queer de color en la resistencia a la vigilancia policial opresiva.
The police chief of Chatham, New York, has a revolutionary strategy for policing the opioid epidemic.
On the historic role of policing in reinforcing racial inequality and how it has led to black Americans' fear of police.
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