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Minorities Are Still More Likely to Be Stopped by the NYPD
A new report found the city's stop-and-frisk rate has plummeted—but affects more people of color than whites.
Court Rules That Muslims Can Sue the NYPD for Spying on Them
A lawsuit that was filed by a coalition of Muslims who accused the NYPD of spying on them without cause was dismissed in 2014 — but that judgment has just been reversed.
Inside the Kafkaesque World of the US’s 'Little Guantánamos'
In 2006, the Bureau of Prisons created two "Communication Management Units" to isolate and segregate specific prisoners, the majority of them convicted of crimes related to terrorism. Prisoners call them "Little Guantánamos" because, by September 200...
Annie P. Waldman