The exhibition will feature objects from attacks that have taken place on U.S. soil.
At issue: How should courts treat trans immigrants?
This is not the first time the Catskills community of Bloomingburg has been hit with civil rights litigation.
Michael Brown’s death prompted the investigation.
The Taser used by Los Angeles police was called "ineffective," bringing up questions about the devices.
An analysis shows that little has changed in 2013-14.
A new study details their life in the sex trade.
The officer's indictment comes amid calls for police reform.
The Metro-North commuter train struck a car about an hour north of New York City Tuesday evening, with the MTA reporting "numerous confirmed fatalities."
After a year in office, de Blasio has had a tough time with the NYPD.
Bureau of Justice Statistics says the number hit an all-time high in 2012.
Arturo Hernandez Garcia faces deportation.
Activists in New York City organized a '#Dream4Justice' march Monday to advocate for police reform.
Despite saying the was “deeply troubled” by the case, de Blasio seemed to change his mind later.
Tenant advocates think renters facing eviction have the right to a court-appointed attorney.
The price of broken windows policing.
Counting is everything.
Protests included a 'die-in' in Grand Central Terminal and blocked streets in Midtown.
Federal Bureau of Investigation Statistics released this week don't tell the whole story, officers' advocates say
The controversy began when two male partners wanted to change their twins in the men’s locker room.
The exhibition coincides with the book's 50th anniversary.
In a new complaint, immigrant advocates allege CBP mistreats asylum-seekers.
If confirmed, Loretta Lynch would become the first African-American woman to lead the Department of Justice
ICE kept Davino Watson locked up as he offered proof of his citizenship, and even tried to deport him