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As more attention is focused on police accountability, much of the public remains unaware of the doctrine of qualified immunity,
More than a year into the pandemic, the Bronx still has the highest death rate from COVID-19 in New York
For caregivers in Kentucky and Nevada, the pandemic has exposed and exacerbated problems in the states’ foster care systems, in
Flooding on the Fox: Buyouts work for some, but not others, as a flood mitigation tool in McHenry County
The Northwest Herald published a three-day series tackling what local, state and federal officials in Illinois are doing to mitigate
Calls to D.C. Child and Family Services Agency Have Dropped, but That Doesn’t Mean Child Abuse Has Stopped
For children at risk of abuse and neglect, pandemic-induced social distancing created social isolation and less face time with adults
Despite a move by the United States’ Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) to stop sending home COVID-19-infected deportees in
When Craig Worster became the Millinocket, Maine, police chief in April 2019, the town posted a Facebook message welcoming him
Lori Curry was incensed when she heard the stories of mistreatment her boyfriend faced in a Missouri prison in 2019.