Before a Minnesota hospital could remove COVID patient Scott Quiner's ventilator, his wife put him on a plane to Texas.
Andrew Boryga, a former justice reporter at The Daily Beast, was born and raised in the Bronx, New York and lives in Miami, Florida. He started his journalism career writing for a local newspaper in the Bronx as a high school senior and has since gone on to write for the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Atlantic and other publications. Before coming to the Daily Beast he was a staff writer for the South Florida Sun Sentinel. He also writes fiction and has taught creative writing to grade-schoolers, college students and inmates.
A fatal shooting involving trailer-park neighbors has been deemed a justifiable homicide by the whole system—but not the family and a key neighbor.
On Monday night, as protesters swarmed outside, the Fayetteville City Council voted unanimously to request the DOJ probe Jason Walker’s fatal shooting.
The shooting in Fayetteville quickly sparked an uproar after police suggested the man who was killed had jumped on the off-duty cop’s car.
Critics fear dangling cash while slamming police reform could lead to an influx of cops with misconduct issues into the increasingly right-wing state.
The inmate’s account lined up with what a court-appointed monitor has found about the "pervasive high level of disorder and chaos" at New York City’s main jail.
If New York City is freaked out about a scary new coronavirus variant, the population on Rikers Island may be in much more serious trouble.
Allegations of racial profiling and violence have made Aaron Dalton notorious, even among his co-workers. But he has a powerful friend.
The mayor’s vow to end the “reign of criminals who are destroying our city” was a welcome change of tone for some—but for others, just posturing.
The mysterious circumstances of Glenn Foster Jr.’s demise in police custody in Alabama have sparked widespread outrage.