We want to learn lessons from data, but just as important is avoiding learning the wrong lessons.
Plus: Milwaukee pays out $3 million-plus in racial profiling lawsuit, federal appeals courts says TSA screeners have immunity from lawsuits, and the emerging coalition against qualified immunity.
Video shows that Adam Finley cooperated during the traffic stop. That didn't prevent the town of Walnut Ridge, Ark., from trying to destroy him.
Plus: Shootings of unarmed black people harm all black people; black gun permit holder shot, killed by Portland cops; and most Americans opposing a curb on immigration.
When cops aren't punished for not using or misusing their body and dash cameras, the cameras are worse than useless.
In the vast majority of Houston's death penalty cases, post-conviction judicial opinions are word-for-word reproductions of prosecutors' briefs.
Plus: How the trafficking panic set the stage for Trump's border police, and Congress considers a scary new drug bill.
Plus: SCOTUS to hear civil asset forfeiture case; Iowa town pays $2 million to family of mom killed by cop, but won't release video; New York's highest-ranking public health official calls for legalizing marijuana.
Meet the man who has been preventing murders all over Chicago -- at least when the government lets him.
How discredited experts and fields of forensics keep sneaking into courtrooms.