Courageous on-the-ground researchers give the world a look at the reality of a counterterrorism strategy that some in the U.S. government would argue is a model program.
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The former Soviet republic’s Westernizing prison reform is a cautionary tale of why such overhauls only work with constant oversight.
Law enforcement has failed to be a part of, and accountable to, the community that it serves.
On International Women’s Day, as we look back on the gains we’ve achieved, we must also acknowledge the threats still faced by women everywhere.
As violence against journalists surges, a coalition of stakeholders is working to protect the industry’s most vulnerable workers: freelancers.
How can policy makers justify on moral grounds locking people in cages for decades when much shorter sentences would serve the same purpose?
The best way to teach people who use drugs to inject the anti-overdose medicine naloxone is to keep the lessons quick and to the point.
After serving on a grand jury in Brooklyn, New York, a former federal prosecutor reflects on the experience, and sees a need for reform.
A U.S. federal court has found that the free speech rights of American public health organizations don’t stop at the border.
What the Center for Reproductive Rights is doing to stop legislators from undermining a woman’s right to choose.
A courtroom in Paris will this week see the latest stage in an ongoing legal challenge to what the French call “contrôle au faciès”—police stops that target individuals on the basis of the way they look.