A list of all the ways Trump’s U.S. Department of Justice contradicts his claims that he is a reformer.
What We Should Expect of the Police: Experts Weigh In On Recent Police Violence
Trump and Governors Should Use Commutations To Combat the Spread of Coronavirus
Policing During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Expunging and Sealing Criminal Records
With the passage of Michigan’s Clean Slate bill, people like Jarret could finally have a second chance.
To address public safety concerns in public housing developments, the city of New York is turning to the experts: residents themselves.
The private prison industry is benefiting from Trump administration policies to expand detention and increase profits.
Florida officials are rejecting the will of the people in order to suppress the vote.
As Pennsylvania’s historic Clean Slate Act takes effect, people like Keith will finally have their minor criminal records cleared so that they can have a second chance.
This week, Ed spoke with Capt. Ersie Joyner of the Oakland Police Department about the city's successful and comprehensive Ceasefire program to address gun violence and crime in the community.
The Trump administration’s record on criminal justice issues makes clear that the president is no reformer.
Ed and Daniella chat with Ari Melber—host of MSNBC's "The Beat With Ari Melber"—to discuss the increasingly strained relationship between Congress and the Trump administration, as well as the debate around criminal justice reform.
The war on drugs crushed economic opportunity in African American and Latinx communities, but marijuana tax revenue can help fuel job growth.
In the weeks ahead, local jurisdictions that currently collaborate with the federal government to enforce federal immigration laws must make a choice: protect their immigrant residents or remain complicit in President Trump’s deportation agenda.
Lawmakers must dismantle the crime bill’s harmful policies and enact solutions that reduce reliance on incarceration, prevent unnecessary criminalization, and eliminate the draconian laws keeping millions of Americans in prison.
This week, Daniella and Ed spoke with filmmaker Edward Zwick to discuss his new project, "Trial by Fire," as well as the ways in which movies and popular culture can help advance policy change.
Since its original passage as part of the 1994 crime bill, the Violence Against Women Act has become a pillar of a comprehensive approach to ending gender-based violence—but Congress can still do better.
This week, Daniella and Ed talk with Emily Bazelon, staff writer at The New York Times Magazine, and Rachel Barkow, professor at the New York University School of Law, about how to end mass incarceration through comprehensive criminal justice reform.