George Soros, the billionaire philanthropist and Holocaust survivor, has "effectively intimidated people into not criticizing him," claimed Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
The judge has been on the bench since 2006 and will now begin a transition to "private life."
It was "hard to tell" if Jared Kushner and the White House are sincere in their criminal justice efforts, said a member of Law Enforcement Leaders.
Low-level defendants will be released without bail in Manhattan as part of a national push to reform a system that regularly imprisons poor people for long stretches simply they can't afford to pay.
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, a new conversation on "All Lives Matter" has begun on social media in relation to what's happened in Houston.
The move is being met with criticism from organizations concerned with reducing policy brutality.
The attorney general nominee is rightly viewed as a hardliner, but it's not the whole story.
While Obama doesn't mention Trump by name in his article for the "Harvard Law Review," his intent is clear.
The steps would include up to $8 million in federal education grants over three years for former inmates.
The best hope, in the view of some reformers, is that they have a better chance next time.
As Congress barely averts a government shutdown, six lawmakers compromise to reduce minimum drug sentences.
Over five years, the states that cut their imprisonment rates the most experienced greater drops in crime.
What former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik has learned from his years behind bars.
The two discussed the drug war, criminal reform, incarceration rates and the president's admiration of the show.