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The Kentucky senator turned his back on the issues that made him unique and became just another conservative.

Better design could give us more productive policing and prisons?

Despite claims to the contrary, 2015 will have been a historically safe year in the United States -- for cops and for everyone else.

The discussion of criminal justice reform can't be led by the people who are part of or who have contributed to the problem.

New transparency law shows that forced entry, tactical teams are rarely used against violent threats.

Ferguson and other small towns have seen meaningful reform, but there are lots of difficult decisions ahead.

There's Martin O'Malley and Rand Paul, and then there's everyone else.

Reports show how rampant predatory misdemeanor enforcement is. Plus, some hope for reform.

Pundits are debating what Hillary Clinton's wink at criminal justice reform means for the election. We should talk about what it means for people.

Reformers need to exact a political price on public officials who get it wrong.

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