—Michael D. White and Henry F. Fradella A recent article in the New York Times describes results from a federal monitor’s examination of nearly 600 stop and frisks conducted by NYPD officers in summer 2015.
—Steve Gottlieb The next president will likely make several appointments to the Supreme Court. This Court, deciding cases as if it were the Sheriff of Nottingham, is having a substantial impact on the economy. With
—Ralph Young There have been many times of crisis throughout American history when some citizens completely lose faith in the political process. Invariably such times lead to a rise of uncompromising radicals on the fringes
—Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia Last week, the New Yorker ran a heartbreaking piece titled The Refugee Dilemma sharing the story of Nelson Kargbo, a former child story from Sierra Leone who upon entering in the United
—Nicholas L. Syrett In October of this year, thanks in part to a petition that circulated on change.org, stories that went viral on Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit, and a good deal of media attention, an
—Elizabeth Palley & Corey Shdaimah Amber Scorah’s loss of her son Karl is tragic. Leaving a young child in daycare can be hard for any parent. Scorah’s story illustrates why this decision is so much harder
—Karen S. Hoffman [This post is part of the 2016 election series, curated by Victoria A. Farrar-Myers and Justin S. Vaughn, co-editors of Controlling the Message.] Since the 2012 election cycle the role of digital politics continues to