Campaign Zero examines how collective-bargaining agreements may hide officer misconduct.
For one, the distance black voters must travel to the polls has increased since 2012.
There are three major areas where newly released federal inmates will encounter difficulties: obtaining jobs, obtaining housing, and voting.
Hip hop dialed down street violence in the Bronx. New Orleans’s Mardi Gras Indian gangs made peace through craft. Why is culture such an underrated civic tool?
A new law requires jails and courts to collect stats, and to provide inmates with a bill of rights.
Even with its strict voter-ID law, more than 30 offices in the state are set to close.
Nine high-profile cases show the discriminatory practice is everywhere, including your Facebook account.
An audit from New Orleans shows that finding a home with a criminal record depends on your skin color.