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The multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his federal jail cell while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges. What happens next?
In Mississippi, churches are among the top sources of support to the mostly Mexican and Guatemalan workers targeted by last week's workplace raids.
Comedian Bill Cosby was the first celebrity convicted in the #MeToo era. A retrial of the case could cement — or threaten — the movement itself.
Five years after the shooting of Michael Brown ignited calls for better police accountability, our reporter asks how body cams have changed policing.
A NYPD Bomb Squad officer investigates suspicious packages near West 16th Street and Seventh Avenue in New York City, Aug. 16.
The mass shooting in El Paso has led many to look more deeply at a troubling white supremacist subculture that has grown more violent and visible.
Investigators focused on whether the El Paso attack was a hate crime after a racist, anti-immigrant screed was found posted online.
Dr. Marsha Griffin has visited every government facility that could hold newly arrived migrant children in the Rio Grande Valley.
The Supreme Court decision to lift the freeze on the money allows President Donald Trump to make progress on a major 2016 campaign promise.
Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rosselló has resigned after weeks of protests. But this is just the beginning of needed change, some protesters say.
The Justice Department announced it would resume executions for federal death row inmates, forcing presidential candidates to discuss capital punishment – a potential vulnerability for Democrats in the 2020 campaign.
A three-judge panel unanimously overturned Meek Mill's conviction in a drug and gun case that has kept the rapper on probation for a decade. He is now using his celebrity to promote criminal justice reform.
An outgrowth of the First Steps Act, the group contains an array of leaders from across the political spectrum. It will seek consensus recommendations for public safety and justice reform.
Singer R. Kelly and financier Jeffrey Epstein faced new charges of sexual crimes after journalists’ investigations. Both were denied bail this week.
A Trump administration rule in effect Tuesday prevents those who have passed through another country prior to reaching the U.S. from seeking asylum. The policy quickly drew two lawsuits from immigrant advocacy groups in federal courts.
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