Before reprimanding a state trooper who posed for a picture with the rapper
The city's involvement in a Justice Department program shows the softer side of intervention
The city faces systemic issues involving patterns of segregation and police mistrust
The funding will pay for body cameras and training
The 35-year-old prosecutor announced Friday that Freddie Gray's death was being treated as a homicide
The Problems With Policing the Police As the Justice Department pushes reform, some push back by Simone Weichselbaum, The Marshall Project No sooner had the...
Lawsuit claims onetime friend repeatedly and publicly called him a "serial rapist"
Ending a partisan standoff that delayed confirmation of Obama's attorney general nominee
Protesters are asking for answers from city officials
Virginia was ranked the highest in a Center for Public Integrity analysis.
The share price of body camera maker TASER International has ticked up since last summer
An unarmed black man is shot by a police officer—and this time a video records the killing. Where the debate on racism and law enforcement goes from here
Michael Slager's lawyer says he "has not received the cooperation from law enforcement that the media has”
The 2016 presidential field uniformly condemned the shooting of Walter Scott by a police officer in South Carolina last weekend. In statements and interviews,...
New footage released Thursday shows the traffic stop before fatal shooting
In the Line of Fire An unarmed black man is shot by a police officer—and this time a video records the killing. Where the debate on racism and law enforcement...
"Weapons discipline was lacking" during manhunt and standoff, report says
Wedged between a nail salon and a pizza shop in a strip mall about 25 miles south of Washington, D.C., is a postal supply store where a small brass mailbox sits...
Some of the DEA officers may have received expensive gifts from the drug cartel
Fifty years after it began, the initiative has brought America to a crossroads