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Resurrecting the alliance of black revolutionaries and Southern whites, decades after a government crackdown

“It's scary. It’s like the ’60s, maybe worse. But I’m not afraid of it anymore — they can't do that much more to me.”

December 9, 2016

How legitimate fear over bias-motivated crimes is generating potentially unconstitutional policies

A rush to pass legislation targeting anti-Israel protests on campuses.

December 7, 2016

He got life without parole for pot. And he was just denied clemency.

President Obama has commuted a record number of sentences, but some say there are still problems with the clemency process.

December 2, 2016

The Ohio State attack might have ended differently in Britain. Here’s why.

In Britain, there have been a few high-profile cases where police managed to disarm knife-wielding suspects.

December 1, 2016

She got 24 years for her boyfriend’s meth. Even her sentencing judge supports clemency.

How the ‘meth panic’ broke apart families, as prisoners now look to Obama to reverse sentencing disparities.

November 29, 2016

65-year-old nonviolent offender: ‘I don’t think any of us have a chance’ under Trump

Nonviolent offenders who have applied for clemency have less hope for their cases under President Trump.

November 22, 2016

Jeff Sessions’s ridiculous anti-drug crusade

“He’s a nightmare for drug policy reform."

November 21, 2016