In his new book “Dancing Down the Barricades,” author Matthew Frye Jacobson traces the legendary entertainer and Rat Packer’s complicated legacy with Black politics.
Christine Yoo’s hopeful but sobering documentary follows the incarcerated men of San Quentin’s 1000 Mile Club, who train for a 26.2-mile race on prison grounds.
It may have been the biggest sports story of the century, but you’d never have known it reading the New York City sports pages, let alone the front pages.
Louis Scarcella was celebrated as "one of the best at getting even the worst villains to talk." Now, New York City has been racing to set those “villains” free.
For DAs to review their own convictions is, necessarily, an exercise in trust. In Brooklyn, ‘there is a growing concern that the review units are not independent.’
A nursing home operator who says he was defamed in ProPublica is ignoring the publisher with deep pockets and instead taking aim at two freelance investigative reporters.
“No man of my race, color or previous condition, had ever attended such a reception, except as a servant or waiter… we found ourselves being conducted through an outside window on a plank for the exit of the visitors.”
Much of the blame for Haiti’s chaotic political scene can be pinned on Hillary Clinton’s State Department, whose handpicked president has only made things worse.