District attorneys around the country are investigating officers in cases their predecessors had handled, raising the ire of police unions that say it undermines public safety.
Two civil rights activists and organizers in St. Louis lay out their tactics and tools for pursuing electoral justice.
In Colombia, and many other countries, security forces’ attacks on protesters have led to nationwide reckonings with injustice.
The question of timing has become an unsettled new frontier of policymaking as the use of police body cameras is more the rule rather than the exception.
The craft retailer pulled a pattern book from its stores after employees noticed some of its designs contained swearing.
In theory, jurors have broad powers to investigate, subpoena witnesses and bring charges, legal experts said. But in practice, prosecutors control the process and are rarely challenged.
Demonstrations against police shootings and a March on Washington on Friday reflect a cause more enduring than many predicted.
Millions of dollars were spent to alter overly aggressive policing after the killing of Michael Brown in 2014, with little result. Will George Floyd’s death be different?
Staff members’ demands helped end the tenure of James Bennet as Opinion editor of The New York Times. And they are generating tension at The Washington Post. Part of the story starts in Ferguson, Mo.
Across the country, artists have created portraits of George Floyd, Amadou Diallo, Eric Garner and others as markers of pain and loss.
Ms. Jones is also the first woman to lead the Missouri city, which erupted in protests in 2014 after a white police officer shot and killed Michael Brown, a black teenager.
He is not a threat. He is a loving, innocent child. I can’t bear him becoming another hashtag.
Videos of state-sponsored killings have been going viral for years. Little has changed.