The pursuit of justice drives two men to fight each other in the courts and on the streets of New York.
Rights & Liberties
Are St. Louis police following their own rules to protect citizens’ privacy?
In the poorest congressional district in the country, where thousands of people are arrested each year, one former cop with a complicated past has made high-profile prosecutions fall apart.
Thousands of allegations of abuse and neglect have been made against programs for people with developmental disabilities.
In Coconino County, relocating five polling places caused confusion this election cycle.
But in southern Brooklyn, they may have swung an election.
In Indian Country, compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act may mean less voter access.
Whether they get translation services at the polls could swing 20 congressional races.
This is the story of how one immigration court in Texas has shut the door on those seeking refuge in America.
IBM created new search features to search camera footage for images of people by hair color, facial hair, and skin tone.
How conservative activists have shut down nominee questions on abortion and LGBTQ rights.
Policies at scores of charters favor white students.
Governor McMaster intervened on behalf of Miracle Hill Ministries.
Canadian officials probed human rights abuses in US Coast Guard anti-narcotic alliance.
Prison-like public hospital systems are disproportionately packed with gay men.
Despite record rates of incarcerated mothers, prison nursery programs are rejecting applicants.
There’s an undiagnosed epidemic of PTSD in communities of color.
Palantir deployed a predictive policing system that even city council members don’t know about.
Illinois ordered him to tell women where to get abortions. Now he wants Illinois to suffer.
How a small band of activists in Houston sparked a movement against transgender rights.