It’s time for this issue to be taken seriously as a failure of governance.
The key to criminal justice reform is not police misconduct or mandatory minimum sentences, but the plea bargaining system.
What the 19th-century philosopher would suggest on criminal justice reform.
The perils of policy-making-by-outrage.
The American public holds contradictory views on crime and incarceration.
A low police clearance rate contributes further to a sense of disorder and lawlessness in the Windy City.
Two policy fixes for the decline in jury trials.
Debates about the latest crime spike have been deeply distorted and corrosively politicized.
Social media mobs feeding off moral outrage temporarily cloud peoples’ ability to think clearly about substantive public policy questions.
The unpredictable French presidential election has taken a new turn in favor of independent candidate Emmanuel Macron.
China has almost finished building structures intended to host surface-to-air missiles on its artificial islands in the South China Sea.
The campaign for more intellectual diversity in higher education just got an eloquent and influential new champion.
But do shifting American attitudes portend a lasting realignment?
Our elites don’t feel a sense of urgency about entirely predictable problems that threaten to devastate the middle class.
Dmitry Firtash, a Ukrainian oligarch with ties to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, could soon face extradition to the U.S. on bribery charges.