After years of venal, incompetent management, the Los Angeles Times has renewed its commitment to journalists and readers alike.
Demonstrators chant "Vote you out" and "Abolish ICE" at the Senate majority leader.
New York City dailies play fast and loose with the inflammatory term “gang” and defer to questionable police tactics, just as they did with "stop and frisk" policies.
The closures result in lower voter turnout and decreased political accountability, and that generates a financial cost.
Officers claim the targeting of undocumented immigrants is preventing them from doing their jobs.
The Defense Department is also deploying lawyers to the Southern border to prosecute immigrants entering the country.
A Pennsylvania judge heard uncontested evidence that ICE agents violated constitutional rights during an arrest last year, but that wasn’t enough to stop deportation proceedings.
Fraud in immigration law is an old problem. Christopher Bailey’s case illustrates one giant challenge: The scammed don’t know where to report it.
A Committee to Protect Journalists report claims that the suit violates press freedoms dating to the Pentagon Papers.
A disturbing new report finds broad-based wage increases could be a thing of the past.