It turns out that most voters wanted higher-quality policing, not an end to policing.
Zaid Jilani is a freelance journalist who has in the past worked for UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center, The Intercept, and the Center for American Progress.
It’s hard to find a big city in America that isn’t seeing a wave of violence, even as other reports of crimes have fallen during the pandemic.
In five cities where police were investigated by the feds after high-profile killings of African-Americans, many more people were murdered in the years that followed.
Zaid Jilani on a House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee hearing that failed to ask any of the tough questions at hand.
Zaid Jilani on how Congress's (over)reaction to the Palestinian U.N. upgrade sends the wrong message.
Zaid Jilani reports from a pro-Palestinian demonstration outside the White House.