Chicago erupts in violence over a police shooting, but no outrage attends the far more typical killing of a bystander by a murderous felon.
America doesn’t have an incarceration problem—it has a crime problem.
Claims that school discipline is unfairly meted out ignore actual classroom behavior.
A distinguished law professor is publicly shamed for pointing out truths about race preferences.
The coming mania for inclusion will erode standards of merit and excellence.
No: there’s scant evidence to support the trendy implicit-bias theory.
The Obama Era continues to hinder police effectiveness.
A much-touted study of Oakland police shows researchers’ determination to find racism, not cops’ bias.
A proposed law would force the NYPD to publicize the details of its surveillance technology.
Willful blindness after Manchester.
The administration must change the Obama narrative that policing is the problem.
All who cherish free expression, especially on campuses, must combat the growing zeal for censorship.
President Trump and Attorney General Sessions offer hope for a turnaround in public safety.
Intolerant of Truth
Sponsored by L.A.’s aristocracy, the Museum of Contemporary Art’s new show celebrates vandalism.
The state’s new immigration law is perfectly reasonable, but you wouldn’t know it from the New York Times.
Why decades of community organizing haven’t stemmed the city’s youth violence.