What becomes of Times Square when you take away hundreds of thousands of cheering, shivering New Year’s Eve revelers? It may no longer be the…
A former top federal prosecutor in Miami “exercised poor judgment” by allowing the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein to evade federal child trafficking charges more than…View More Justice Dept. Finds ‘Poor Judgment’ but No Misconduct in 2006 Jeffrey Epstein Inquiry
SEDALIA, Mo. — Seven weeks had passed, and still there were no answers. So once again, a small cluster of friends and family gathered in…View More A Family Cries ‘Justice for Hannah.’ Will Its Rural Town Listen?
The Justice Department recommendation is part of a sweeping review of big tech announced last July by Attorney General William P. Barr. As part of…View More Justice Dept. Urges Rolling Back Legal Shield for Tech Companies
That last quality was something experienced firsthand by Jim LeBrecht, who with Nicole Newnham directed the recent Netflix documentary “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution.” Ms.…View More Stacey Milbern, a Warrior for Disability Justice, Dies at 33
MINNEAPOLIS — With the Third Police Precinct headquarters engulfed in flames, a cathartic release swept through the streets of Minneapolis’s South Side Thursday night. Some…View More Sprawling Protest Movement Treads Line Between Justice Agenda and Chaos