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Sessions' declaration of the next war on drugs is a blow to one of the only, truly bipartisan issues. But the fight for federal criminal justice reform is far from dead.
Twenty-five years later, the tension and anger between African-American communities and the police that precipitated the L.A. riots persists.
This fall the Supreme Court will hear a case that will show whether Gorsuch places so-called corporate rights above individual rights.
The Trump administration’s narrative on crime and immigration received an unfortunate boost from the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Monday.
Americans who want greater diversity on the bench should consider Canada’s recent changes in judicial selection, which have sparked an important conversation about how judges reach its highest court.
The Supreme Court nominee comes from a long line of lawyers, the most prominent of whom was a compassionate, empathetic leader.
A Senate proposal for creating a commission on criminal justice is not only a great idea, it will put lawmakers to the test whether they’re serious about reform.
How America’s vast criminal justice system harms us all was spotlighted at the world’s largest meeting of economists.
Private prisons are here to stay under the new administration. Let’s at least make them work better.
President Trump's speech made the state of the nation seem far worse than it really is.