Half the lawyers speaking for the 20 men charged with involvement in the massacre belong to a young generation in France scarred by a spate of terrorist acts.
A debate on the reality of crime in America with Alex Kingsbury and Rafael Mangual.
The conflation of criminal-justice reform with urban disorder is a threat to the party across the country.
Voters are justifiably upset, but they’ll probably support the wrong people.
Gov. Kathy Hochul was placed on the defensive for much of the first debate of the three Democratic candidates for governor.
The handover of the Amadea is the latest development in a global effort to seize the assets of oligarchs with ties to Russia’s president.
Crime and homelessness loom large in California, Democrats look for some rays of light in a rough year, and dozens of House races will take shape for the fall midterms.
Fueled by concerns about burglaries and hate crimes, San Francisco’s liberal district attorney, Chesa Boudin, faces a divisive recall in a famously progressive city.
Not long ago, the party was focused on police reform, but rising fears of violence, especially among communities of color, have led candidates to change course.
Will we rise up to face the rising tide of violence?
After Andrew Abdullah fatally shot a Q train passenger, others in the same car feared they would be next, a prosecutor told a judge on Wednesday.
How the country’s drug problem is changing, and why it’s growing.
The child died from asphyxiation at a Pentecostal church in San Jose, Calif., as her mother, uncle and grandfather tried to expel what they believed was an “evil spirit,” the authorities said.
The death came just days after officers in the borough killed a 25-year-old man who officials said had fired first during a chase.
Crucial left-leaning voters have soured on President Biden, and Americans of all stripes are angry. Democratic leaders can’t agree on what to tell them.
A broadly supported bipartisan measure to eliminate a racial disparity in drug sentencing faces a difficult road as Republicans seek to weaponize the issue of crime against Democrats.
Tired ‘tough on crime’ rhetoric is not the solution to crime in 2022.
Retooling the party for an age of disorder.
Crime rates on trains and buses are up in some of the nation’s biggest cities, one more barrier for downtowns trying to rebound.
We underestimate the extreme trauma that society has endured, and still lives with, at our own peril.
Maintenance workers on Sunday inspected the cameras at the 36th Street station in Brooklyn, where a gunman wounded 10 and left 13 injured, and discovered a connection problem.
Mayor Eric Adams ran on a public safety message. He says crime is a national problem, but faces growing pressure to tackle it in New York City.
Daniel Kinahan is accused of leading an Irish organized crime group, and he has been involved with some of boxing’s biggest stars, including Tyson Fury.
The killing of a 12-year-old boy in the neighborhood captured how a spike in shootings during the pandemic is complicating recovery in less affluent neighborhoods.
Governor Kathy Hochul pushed for a rewrite of the 2019 laws governing the criminal justice system.
Eric Adams has served as a cheerleader for New York City’s revival while taking an aggressive stance against homeless encampments and signs of lawlessness.
New burdens, low pay and pandemic malaise prompted the resignations of a fifth of the legal work force in Manhattan, the Bronx and Brooklyn.
The president released his latest budget proposal amid war in Ukraine and concerns at home about rising costs.
The president’s budget addresses the main attack lines that Republicans are using against him and his Democratic allies in Congress in the run-up to the midterm congressional elections.
When the police can’t afford to solve cold cases, deep-pocketed donors can.
With violent crime surging, Mayor Eric Adams is testing how much policing a changed New York City will tolerate.
A violent weekend highlights America’s continuing crime wave.
As Republicans suggested she was soft on crime, particularly when it came to child sexual abuse, and an extremist on matters of race, the Supreme Court nominee pushed back.
Ms. Hochul wants to expand the list of crimes eligible for bail in New York, and give judges the power to consider a defendant’s “dangerousness” in setting bail for certain crimes.
Juror No. 50 in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial withheld his history of abuse. That doesn’t make him a bad juror.
There is no real relationship between crime rates and police budgets.
The grisly discovery was made early Thursday morning, and the police are investigating.
One man was paralyzed from the neck down. Another landed in a coma. Neither injury was documented properly in the New York City jail system awash in disorder.
One man being held on Rikers Island was paralyzed from the neck down. Another landed in a coma. Neither injury was documented properly in a jail system awash in disorder.
A party at war with itself can provide neither greater peace nor sustainable reform.
As his peers around the country face fierce criticism, Eric Gonzalez, the Brooklyn district attorney, is navigating a narrow path so far.
Readers question the decision not to send U.S. troops into Ukraine and speculate about Russia’s motives and timing. Also: Justice reforms and crime rates.
Adrienne Adams will play a leading role as New York City leaders confront a spike in violence that has gained national attention.
The mayor’s first budget proposal called for across-the-board cuts to most city agencies, as well as a reduction in the city’s work force.
By aiming for racial “equity” in criminal justice, reformers have neglected the foundational purpose of law and order.
The candidate, Craig Greenberg, was unharmed, but the attack left a bullet hole in his sweater. A man was charged with attempted murder, the police said.
Hadley Palmer, 53, pleaded guilty to making images of children in intimate situations at her home in Belle Haven, a wealthy Connecticut enclave. The court record was sealed over an A.P. reporter’s objection.
Since a surprise win on Long Island, Bruce Blakeman has been on a seemingly single-minded mission to challenge and defy Gov. Kathy Hochul over mask mandates.