Public Safety & Justice

Where Obama and Christie Agree on Criminal Justice

In their recent proposals for reforming the system, the Democratic president and Republican governor who wants to be president have found common ground in three major areas. But does it even matter?

The Technology That Could Make Roads Safer for Cyclists

Most states have laws to protect bikers from cars, but they're hard to enforce. One city is testing a new device that makes it easier.

How Cincinnati Got Its Cops to Support Community Policing

After race riots in 2001, Cincinnati's path to police reform required years of dedication and patience. The hardest part was not turning police into scapegoats.

Why So Many Attorneys General Are in Legal Peril

A striking number of current and former state AGs are facing criminal charges or investigations.

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