Since the anti-police movement came to prominence after the killing of Michael Brown in 2014 and exploded after the death of George Floyd in 2020, many reasonable people have speculated whether the pr
Privilege is being able to discuss crime as an abstract policy concept, and not a daily reality.
The California Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that corrections officials need not consider earlier release for violent felons, even those whose primary offense is considered nonviolent under state law.
San Francisco residents say crime is getting worse in the city
The potential loss of the city’s wealthiest and whitest area spurs debate as officials move to address homicides and property crime.
Leaders from Portland’s six core neighborhoods got together to talk about some the impacts of homelessness and crime on the residents and businesses in those communities.
"Hannity" welcomed guests Jason Miyares, Clay Travis, Mehmet Oz, and Larry Elder.
Kazakhstan experienced its worst street protests in early January since gaining independence from the Soviet Union three decades ago.
Manhattan’s newly sworn-in District Attorney started by making a very important announcement: He will no longer be enforcing the law. This is, of course, illegal and should subject him to criminal prosecution at either the state or the federal
So far, increasingly militant workers are lacking something vital: a leader who can unite them all. Will that change?