The slogan that arose in response to the Paris massacre — and the response to the slogan — serves neither the victims nor the discourse around free speech and Islamophobia.
Following the murders of two NYPD officers, several arrests have been made of people who posted allegedly threatening posts to social media.
The Cops Who Turned Their Backs at the NYPD Officer's Funeral Are the Most Threatening Protesters Of All
The cops who turned their backs on New York Mayor Bill de Blasio were more than disrespectful — they showed that police will reject and resist even mild and reasoned criticism.
Officers Involved in Recent Shootings Could Face the Federal Charges Brought Against Cops Who Beat Rodney King
Federal authorities are examining the deaths of Mike Brown, Eric Garner, John Crawford, and Dontre Hamilton, but federal charges for the cops remain highly unlikely.
Uber investor Jason Calacanis doubled down on his shortsighted view that there is no racism in the tech world, calling a discussion about white privilege "racist."
If we view the protests of 2014 as more than knee-jerk reactions to specific police killings, and rather as a continuation of the civil rights struggle, then protests cannot be shut down.
From Cuba to Gaza to Iran, powerful nations enact embargoes and sanctions that benefit no one — and feed upon their own failure.
Until ongoing mass protests forced the issue, the data-hungry US government for years showed little interest in statistics detailing police killings.
Obama's feigned accountability fails to address the fact that the paranoid national security mindset responsible for the torture program is still at work today.
In the wake of the news there would be no indictments for the officers who killed Mike Brown and Eric Garner, protestors are calling for much more than prosecutions.
Video evidence does not ensure police accountability or an end to brutality. If the justice system doesn't show there are consequences to police violence, then popular resistance must.
Those who argue against the expanded use of Narcan to save the lives of heroin users fail to understand the grip of heroin addiction.
The Supreme Court Shouldn't Say Intentions Matter Most When It Comes to Violent Threats on Social Media
With the case of Anthony Elonis' violent rap lyrics posted on Facebook, the Supreme Court has a chance to better our legal framework surrounding online threats.
Whether or not he meant to, the Ferguson cop contributed to a centuries-old tradition of racism in describing Mike Brown's facial expression as "demon."
Denver Police Attempted to Delete Video of Cop Pummeling Unarmed Drug Suspect, Tripping Pregnant Woman
The bystander recording the incident said that police officers threatened to arrest him and seized his device without a warrant.
In the last week, two shooting deaths have been attributed to rookie cops. Pointing to inexperience is informative but dangerous.
The struggle to rein in the NSA lacks wide support because the surveillance state is too insidious an enemy for the public to recognize.
When the government must prepare for unrest because injustice is expected from the justice system, the government's legitimacy must be called into question.
Former NYPD officer Gilberto Valle's online speech about torturing and cooking women was itself violence, but the criminalization of hypothetical acts is insupportable.
The same tactics Americans are celebrating from Mexican protesters would be condemned from protesters in the US, which has a NIMBY attitude toward revolution.