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America Tonight takes a hard look at what’s working – and what isn’t – in how we police, prosecute and punish
In 129 years, no Wisconsin review board has faulted a police officer for killing someone; could a new law change that?
Alabamians who can't pay a fine end up in a vicious cycle of fees and even jail time -- and someone's profiting.
Fifty percent of Americans killed by the police every year are mentally ill; how do we change that?
Eric Garner’s chokehold death put a spotlight on efforts to reform the NYPD from inside and outside the department