Public Safety & Justice

Amid Immigration Crackdown, Local Governments Consider Legal Aid

But should cities and counties be paying for lawyers to help undocumented immigrants facing deportation?

Uber to the ER?

Ambulances are expensive. Some cities are beginning to offer other ways to get to the hospital.

One State’s Opioid Success Story

In just one year, Rhode Island reduced the overdose death rate among former prisoners by 61 percent.

Voting Rights for Felons Becoming a Key Issue for Democrats

Florida has emerged as a battleground in the fight over the 6 million people, in and out of jail, who can't vote because they were convicted of a felony.