With journalist Kira Lerner.
Adam H. Johnson Aug 16, 2018
As the potential demise of Roe v. Wade looms, past and current prosecutions of pregnant women illustrate what lies ahead.
Rebecca McCray Aug 10, 2018
With journalist Jessica Pishko.
Adam H. Johnson Aug 09, 2018
A podcast from The Appeal, featuring Josie Duffy Rice and Clint Smith.
First, look to local prosecutor elections.
A podcast from The Appeal, featuring Josie Duffy Rice and Clint Smith III.
With journalist Bryce Covert.
Adam H. Johnson Jul 26, 2018
Groups like the Loop and DanceSafe test drugs like Ecstasy and warn users of high dosages and adulterants, but federal legislation from the early 2000s has live music promoters wary of their brand of harm reduction.
Zachary A. Siegel Jul 25, 2018
New types of registries are being created around the country, despite research showing they don’t work.
Jessica Pishko Jul 20, 2018
Prosecutors and judges across the country are starting to feel eyes on them.
Bryce Covert Jul 16, 2018
Trump’s pick to replace Justice Kennedy would most likely undermine the rights of criminal defendants and stall progress on solitary confinement, prisoners’ rights, and the death penalty.
Kyle C. Barry Jul 13, 2018
With William C. Anderson, journalist and co-author of As Black As Resistance.
Adam H. Johnson Jul 12, 2018
Lists that include out-of-state visitors are inflating the numbers and keeping fear at a boil.
Steven Yoder Jul 03, 2018
Human rights groups, sex worker rights activists, a digital archive and others say they are already facing censorship.
Melissa Gira Grant Jun 28, 2018
Guest Zachary A. Siegel is a journalist covering the opioid crisis.
Adam H. Johnson Jun 07, 2018
A new paper argues that President Johnson’s 1967 Commission on Law Enforcement’s report on the subject was “decades ahead of its time.”
Zachary A. Siegel Jun 04, 2018
But their push to unseat judges is drawing backlash from a surprising source—fellow Democrats.
Max Rivlin-Nadler Jun 01, 2018
Our debut episodes feature Josie Duffy Rice on prosecutors and Melissa Gira Grant on criminalizing sex work.
Adam H. Johnson May 31, 2018
With Josie Duffy Rice, senior staff reporter at The Appeal.
Kyle C. Barry May 25, 2018
Lisa Sangoi May 17, 2018
George Joseph Apr 26, 2018
Melissa Gira Grant Apr 10, 2018
Melissa Gira Grant Mar 14, 2018
Bryce Covert Mar 08, 2018
John Pfaff Mar 01, 2018
A new project chronicles the myriad alternative visions of justice taking place in the U.S. and Canada.
Rebecca McCray Nov 17, 2017
Commentary: Attorney General Sessions Says He Wants To Target Gangs, But In The Federal Bureau of Prisons Gangs Find A Home Base, And A Place To Flourish
Seth Ferranti Nov 10, 2017
Guy Hamilton-Smith Nov 09, 2017
Zachary A. Siegel Nov 08, 2017
Cops Who Slap Homeless Women, Rape Prisoners, Assault Children, and Keep their Jobs … and Other Unseen News from The World’s Most Carceral State
Shaun King Nov 07, 2017
Injustice Roundup: My Weekly Roundup of Stories on Abusive Police Officers, Prison Guards, and Prosecutors
Shaun King Oct 30, 2017
No Backlog: Why the Epidemic of Untested Rape Kits Is Not a Symbol of Insufficient Police Budgets But Instead a Failure to Investigate Rape
Meaghan Ybos Oct 11, 2017