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  • Philip Kerr’s posthumous gift: A classic crime novel that delivers in high style

    ‘Metropolis’ takes us into the heart of prewar Berlin — and deep moral conflicts.

    Washington Post
  • National Crime Victims Week recognizes those who have endured pain and loss through crime

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — On a sunny Sunday afternoon, roughly 50 people filed into the community room at Kansas City Police Department’s Patrol East off 27th Street. Many held roses. Some spoke to each other. Rows of chairs made an aisle down the middle. In every row, a box of Kleenex sat in the seat of one chair. Sunday began National Crime Victims Rights Week. It is a time for those who have been a victim of a crime or [

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  • Hate Crimes On The Rise

    Rev. Al Sharpton and Rep. Mary Scanlon discuss the recent rise in hate crimes, and what they think the root cause is, and the power of social media in this entire issue.
  • The Best Crime Series on Netflix

    Are you finding yourself in the mood for murder, most foul? Well, we have you covered with our list of the Best Crime Series on Netflix. From docuseries like The Keepers to updated classics like Sherlock, not to mention Netflix originals Mindhunter and Bloodline, as well as British series Luther, Happy Valley, and Wallander (there are a lot of British crime series on here), there should be something to tempt you below. Like with our Best TV Dramas on Netflix, we have even more lists of TV...

  • The Iraq War Was a Crime, Not a ‘Tragedy’

    It was a crime committed for the worst reasons rather than the best motives.

    The American Conservative
  • Hate Crimes in the Trump Era

    Rev. Al Sharpton talks with Frank Figliuzzi and Kristen Clarke about the recent rise of hate crimes towards people of color, and how Trump’s rhetoric has directly influenced it.
  • No Process Crimes-Even For Leftists

    Prosecuting (Just) Process Crimes is Wrong. Doubtless you’ve seen the report by CNBC and other outlets regarding Obama Administration Official, Gregory Craig being indicted by the Justice Department. From CNBC Gregory Craig, who was White House counsel under President Barack Obama, was indicted Thursday on charges of lying and hiding information related to his work for Ukraine. Craig, a 74-year-old lawyer based in Washington, D.C., | Read More