On Thursday, James released a press statement detailing the lawsuit victory and what it means for New Yorkers and their families.
The three suspects allegedly ran a multi-functional cable theft scheme between March 2016 and November 2019.
Sensible rulings from the ICC at the outset of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan 2.0 could help the international community understand the criminals it will be dealing with.
Members of Congress have the unique opportunity to pass a bipartisan reform eliminating a decades-long sentencing injustice, a proposal that unites voters across demographic, geographic and political lines.
Venezuelans have waited far too long for justice from the predatory Maduro regime.
A Florida man has pleaded guilty for orchestrating a hit to kill a woman and her husband in their home.
Juror 7—previously identified as Richelle Nice—"bent over backwards" to be a juror in the trial, Peterson's lawyers say.
President Joe Biden's recent appearance at the G7 was intended to project a renewed United States commitment to human rights abroad, but it's not clear that he's prepared to abandon the old song and dance for tougher measures.
The occurrence of COVID-19 outbreaks inside ICE detention centers demonstrates the continued insufficient implementation of protective policies for detained people by authorities.
A rare McLaren, a Lotus race car and a Bentley Flying Spur were among the cars, trucks and SUVs that the government of the Philippines destroyed with a backhoe this week.
Clearing federal death row is the only way to make sure that the U.S. government does not execute an innocent person.
We need a complete overhaul of the current criminal justice system with bold reforms, even stronger new legislation protecting Black and brown lives and a criminal justice national reentry czar to even begin to see meaningful change.
More than a quarter of a million families of homicide victims deserve closure by identifying a perpetrator, and legislation like ours can help make that happen.
Voting rights must be prioritized near-term over any attempt to try to push through an expansion of the Supreme Court, and Democrats should not get caught up in diverting their energies toward the Court issue.
This was a trial over whether Americans believe that reasonable policing means you can kneel on someone's neck for over nine minutes until they die. It was a trial over whether you can say that black lives matter while also insisting on respecting the police officers in your community.
Omar said the Minneapolis community is on "edge" that Chauvin may be found not guilty by the jury.
The passive power of whiteness still looms large.
As the nation watches the ongoing broadcasted trial of Derek Chauvin, America yet again reaffirms its fascination with televised court cases.
Philonise Floyd spoke at a prayer vigil, held hours before opening statements for the former police officer's murder trial were due to begin.
While some fans praised the singer for helping to amplify the civil rights icon, some people took issue with his use of Martin Luther King Jr.'s speeches on an album filled with love songs.
Often referred to as the Fourth Estate, the news media is the unofficial ombudsman for the people, there to hold the powerful accountable.
After a year of COVID, every American ought to have a newfound appreciation for the profound physical and psychological effects that extreme social isolation can have on a person.
Beverlie Seltzer claimed the multi-million dollar slip was hers. But a court ruled that the ticket belonged to the store where she worked.
As much as we may understand the desire to avoid the taking of any life, the Trump DOJ's efforts to seek the death penalty in certain cases was both moral and legally correct.
The 56-year-old has spent the last 17 years on death row after murdering his two-year-old daughter, JG, in Texas in 2002.
Under the current terms of his sentence, Michael Thompson, 69, will not be eligible for parole until he's 87.